The Northern club is asking supporters to not wear traditional Arabic clothing to their matches from now on. Newcastle United lost to Spurs at the weekend three goals to two and there was a lot of supporters that wore the head cloths that people from the Middle East traditional wear.
Now the club is asking if you don’t normally wear them please don’t, Newcastle is now owned by a Saudi investment fund and fans thought to wear them to show their support..? It’s great days up North at the moment, with Newcastle United being the richest club in the league by a long way. Exciting times ahead up North!
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#NUFC is kindly asking supporters to refrain from wearing traditional Arabic clothing or Middle East-inspired head coverings at matches if they would not ordinarily wear such attire.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) October 20, 2021
Newcastle United have asked fans celebrating the club’s Saudi-backed takeover not to wear Arabic-style clothing for matches in case it causes offence to others https://t.co/nwvJHgGGn1
— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) October 20, 2021
Newcastle United ask fans not to wear traditional Arabic clothing at matcheshttps://t.co/pmfHNx1ApJ pic.twitter.com/p09jv9QQ3i
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) October 20, 2021