Leeds United Removes Osama Bin Laden Cutout From Pics Of Fans In Stands
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A Championship league soccer had some explaining to do after they used a cardboard cutout of Osama Bin Laden to fill seats at a game this week...

Leeds United had banned live fans from attending games during the COVID-19 pandemic ... but welcomed supporters to send in photos which they would place in the seats to simulate a crowd.

Someone sent in Bin Laden -- and NO ONE CAUGHT IT.

So, when Leeds took the field to play Fulham at Elland Road stadium on Sunday ... there was the world's most hated dead terrorist sitting right in the front row.

A spokesperson for Leeds United told BBC the team "will ensure there are no more offensive images" used in the future.

Filed Under: Soccer


So PC of them
Reply7 months
Tin Pot club. I hope they stay in the Championship forever
Reply7 months
That really bites the bullet.
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To reveal identity, double tap image
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How has this story not exploded yet?
Reply7 months
This thread is blowing up
Reply7 months
S gotta get his people in line.
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No Leeds on his present whereabouts?
Reply7 months
He always struck me as an Arsenal fan
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