FROM THE TWEET DECK
James McClean: Stoke player again decides not to wear poppy on shirt
James McClean will again not wear a Remembrance Day poppy on his shirt this year. Stoke have released a statement…
I stand in solidarity with James McClean and his right not to wear a poppy
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I’m from Sevenoaks, the most English place ever. My mum wears a poppy because it represents the family we lost in the wars. James McClean doesn’t wear one because it represents the soldiers who shot dead members of his family & community on Bloody Sunday. My mum respects that.
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