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Newcastle United appeals to the fans. It is about Arab clothes. why?

And club officials said in a statement that some of the clothes seen in Sunday’s match against Tottenham could be considered “culturally inappropriate”. However, it was emphasized that the club’s new owners had not been “offended in any way”.

“Newcastle United graciously asks fans to refrain from wearing traditional Arabic clothing or Middle Eastern-inspired head coverings at matches if they would not normally wear them,” a statement said.

“Dressing in this manner is culturally inappropriate and risks offending others. As always, all visitors to the club are encouraged to wear what is customary for their culture or religion, reflecting the vast and rich multicultural communities and groups to which the club belongs. It proudly draws its support” – underneath Line.

On October 7, the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) acquired Newcastle United, currently ranked 19th in the English Premier League.

PIF is part of a financial consortium that also includes PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media.

Head coach Steve Bruce was released on Wednesday. The contract was terminated by mutual agreement of the parties – the club was informed.

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