“This act would effectively constitute a sexual assault and these types of searches are unlawful. If deemed necessary, although we cannot see how feeling an underwire in a bra could be deemed so unless acting on previous intelligence, then any fans in question should have been taken to a private area of the ground to be searched by a female steward rather than being searched in full view of male stewards, fans and police. … [Read more...] about Female football fans ‘forced to show their bras’ to get into match at Stevenage FC
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The moment he was substituted in the 75th minute of Windsor FC’s recent 5-0 romp over Bracknell Town in the Hellenic League Premier Division, Barry Hayles let his displeasure be known in no uncertain terms. The former Fulham, Leicester and Millwall striker admits he didn’t so much walk from the pitch as stomp. … [Read more...] about Barry Hayles on going strong at 45: ‘Not many current players can say they walked out at the old Wembley’
Manchester United On the night of March 11 1941 the Luftwaffe raid on Trafford Park, following up its devastating attack on the city and the Metropolitan-Vickers aircraft factory three months earlier, struck Old Trafford for the second time, demolishing the stands and destroying the pitch. The War Damage Commission released funds to repair the stadium only in 1948 so for the first three years of post-war football, Manchester United played their home games at Maine Road. They were Division One runners-up in each of their three seasons in Moss Side and won the FA Cup in 1947-48. United hold the record for attracting the highest ever attendance for a league match to Maine Road when 83,260 people watched them take on Arsenal (the eventual title winners) in January 1948. City still hold the ground record – 84,569 for a sixth-round FA Cup tie against Stoke in 1934 – but that did not prevent United fans gloating about it for years. … [Read more...] about Liverpool, beware: do club ground-shares ever work?
With around five minutes of the first half remaining, there were fireworks launched from behind the main stand at Whaddon Road and such a heavy fusillade that the referee Stuart Attwell, worried about the falling shells, took the players off. It was a strange interlude and time for Guardiola and his players to reflect on a first half in which they had found themselves very well-matched. … [Read more...] about Phil Foden orchestrates late Manchester City comeback to deny Cheltenham Town FA Cup upset
In its defence, Leicester says it remains proud of its work for the Trust, and with regard to the row over Chaucer said this week: ‘There is absolutely no truth to the suggestion that certain modules are being eliminated for being “too white”.’ … [Read more...] about Welcome to the University of WOKE! Leicester has ditched Chaucer, is ‘decolonising’ its syllabus and marks ‘International Womxn’s Week’… no wonder it’s turning into a first-class failure, says GUY ADAMS