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- Re: Fine
It was then adopted by Spurs in an affirmative way, much in the way the N word was adopted by African Americans and the P word by Gay men.
So like you say, know your facts. And own your ignorance.
But don't take my word for it...
In the case of Tottenham Hotspur, rival fans chanted antisemitic abuse including 'Yids' against Tottenham fans. In response some Jewish and non-Jewish fans of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. adopted "Yid" (or "Yiddo") as a nickname and "Yiddo, Yiddo!" as a battle cry and often identify themselves as "Yid Army
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