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James McClean: Stoke player again de­cides not to wear poppy on shirt

@BBCS­port

James McClean will again not wear a Remembrance Day poppy on his shirt this year. Stoke have re­leased a state­ment…

@Har­ryslast­stand

I stand in sol­i­dar­ity with James McClean and his right not to wear a poppy

@thetimesIE

The English FA de­cides to­day if it will open an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into Stoke City’s James McClean, who called a num­ber of sup­port­ers cave­men and “c***s” af­ter he was again abused over his re­fusal to wear a Remembrance poppy @Mir­rorFoot­ball James McClean hits back at “un­e­d­u­cated cave­men” over poppy abuse @in­de­pen­den­t_ie

FA to probe James McClean poppy row and In­sta­gram post, with Stoke to con­duct in­ter­nal re­view

@stu­artclark66

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.

James McClean: at the cen­tre of an­other poppy storm

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