These points aren't been written without merit. As a child of late seventies Britain, I remember all too well, what football hooliganism was like in the 80s and the resurgence that it made in the 00s.

The very people that you are defending were the very ones booing the German and Danish national anthems and booing their own players for taking the knee.

The upper class exploited the fears of the working class in getting them to vote for Brexit. I have nothing but profound contempt for the likes of Rees-Mogg, Peter Bone, Farrage, Bill Cash and Boris Johnson.

In today's globalized world, we really should come to terms that the norms of the yesteryears that the working classes hold on to, has absolutely no relevance.

It's tragic but no other class of people are being left behind like the English working class.

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Adebayo Adeniran

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A lifelong bibliophile, who seeks to unleash his energy on as many subjects as possible

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