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Newcastle United LGBTQ+ fans group on post-takeover life: 'Attacking us doesn't get the results you want'

BBC Sport Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Newcastle United's Saudi Arabian-backed takeover has led to a "harrowing" few weeks for their LGBTQ+ fans group - with the scale of social media abuse leaving members on the verge of quitting.
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