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Colin Moynihan, Margaret Thatcher’s loyal elf who shrilly yet unsuccessfully hawked her ill-conceived plan for I.D. cards for football fans around an unwilling nation 22 years ago, has returned to put his foot in it with soccer again.
Moynihan, UK Minister for Sport between 1987 and 1990, has waded into the debate over the 2012 Great Britain Olympic team, in his role as chairman of the British Olympic Association.
Despite categorical opposition from the Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh football associations, Moynihan has insisted the Olympic team must reflect the UK as a whole, and allow the likes of Gareth Bale, this season’s outstanding performer in the UEFA Champions League, to play for Britain.
The diminutive Tory points to the BOA’s Constitutional requirement that all British sportsmen must be considered for selection and warned that an Togel Online English-only team could trigger a flood of legal challenges from excluded Celts.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has assured the four associations in writing that a truly British Olympic team will not change anything regarding their status, but he alone cannot out-vote any motion to that effect supported by a majority of his organisation’s delegates.
The infamous ID-card plan which Moynihan trumpeted was a desperate response to 1985’s Heysel tragedy and a never-ending saga of domestic skirmishes involving English football fans.
It had first been mooted in Judge Popplewell’s verdict on 1985’s Bradford fire, but the driving force behind it was the late and unlamented MP David Evans, a former chairman of Luton Town. Evans, who belonged to what was colloquially known as ‘The Broadmoor Wing’ of the Conservative Party, took the unprecedented decision in 1985 to ban all away fans from Luton’s Kenilworth Road ground following a famous riot by Millwall supporters. Meanwhile, …