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Avram Grant's Father to be Special Guest at Final


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http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story ... 79&cc=5739

This has disaster written all over it for Chelsea in terms of our fans reputation. Here is an 80 year old man who has been forced to stare evil in the eye and live with it for the rest of his days and there he is as a special guest at a game where some of our fans may resort to songs about death camps and gas chambers.

I know it is an age old argument about the whole 'Tottenham are y*ds' thing (and I don't want to get into it again) but I think that is one thing, whereas songs referring to the Nazi camps is another thing altogether.

Lets do the club proud tomorrow and show a little respect for an old man who has suffered things that none of us will probably (and hopefully) ever get anywhere near experiencing.

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