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Groups such as the National Front and British Movement, always small and never a genuine political threat, nevertheless caused trouble and were vocal and visible.
At Chelsea, in particular, there was an organized fascist minority, and when they shouted, “Yids, Yids,” they meant it.
In the 1970s, the far right in Britain made a concerted attempt to recruit among soccer hooligans.Meeting Local Asian Men and Women has never been easier and safe !With thousand of singles available to become your girlfriend or boyfriend, why waiting, just message now.So now it’s almost unheard of for anybody else in a stadium other than Tottenham supporters to chant “Yids.” Spurs fans have owned the word, taken possession of it and refused to give it up.(This phenomenon is not, by the way, confined to England, and it’s particularly common in the Netherlands, where the famous Ajax of Amsterdam in considered a Jewish team.)It’s all rather contrived and artificial, and nothing like as visceral and political as the Glasgow division between overwhelmingly Protestant Rangers and Catholic Celtic, but it still divides opinion.
There are many people, including the Premiership officials, who would prefer if the word “Yid” was never heard again, and there have even been moves to arrest people who use it.