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Four Four Jew opens today

icon japanball10 October ~ A new exhibition by the Jewish Museum London exploring the links between Jews and football opened today. Combining memorabilia, rare objects, old and new film footage and interactive experiences Four Four Jew looks at the clubs, players, chairmen and fans that have influenced the game. The exhibition has been put together with the input of people such as David Baddiel, Anthony Clavane, David Pleat, Lord Triesman and David Dein, as well as organisations Kick It Out and the National Football Museum. It runs until February 23, 2014.

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