Newcastle United homeowners ask followers to not put on conventional Arabic clothes at video games

Newcastle United followers celebrating the membership’s Saudi Arabian-led takeover

Newcastle United have requested followers to not put on “conventional Arabic clothes or Center East-inspired head coverings” at matches following the Saudi Arabian-led takeover of the membership.

Some Magpies supporters wore the clothes when gathering outdoors St James’ Park to have a good time the takeover.

Comparable apparel was additionally seen in opposition to Tottenham within the membership’s first house sport beneath the brand new homeowners.

“No-one within the new possession group was in any method offended,” stated the membership.

“It was a gesture that was acknowledged as optimistic and welcoming in its intent.

“Nevertheless, there stays the likelihood that dressing this manner is culturally inappropriate and dangers inflicting offence to others.

“Newcastle United is kindly asking supporters to chorus from carrying conventional Arabic clothes or Center East-inspired head coverings at matches if they’d not ordinarily put on such apparel.

“All guests to the membership are, as all the time, inspired to put on no matter is the norm for their very own tradition or faith, persevering with to replicate the broad and wealthy multicultural communities and teams from which the membership proudly attracts its assist.”

Newcastle, who parted firm with supervisor Steve Bruce by mutual consent on Wednesday, play away at Crystal Palace on 23 October earlier than their subsequent house sport in opposition to Chelsea on 30 October.

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