Three Spurs fans charged with its use

icon nofans22 January ~ Three Tottenham Hotspur fans have been charged with allegedly using the work "yid" during their Europa League match against Sheriff Tiraspol. The use of the word by Spurs supporters to describe themselves has come under scrutiny recently and police have repeatedly warned fans about its use. Even the prime minister, David Cameron, joining the debate. In WSC 322, from December 2013, Alan Fisher explained how Tottenham fans came to use the word as an identifier and unravelled the various responses from the club, police, FA and fans.

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