Football’s new-wave disorder presents a troubling symptom of trapped rage | Barney Ronay


The assault on Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish reflects the airborne plague spread via Twitter and other areas of society

“He might be a fan, he might be a nutter, but he’s on my turf and I’m gonna chop the mother down” – the words of Keith Richards, who famously raised his Fender Telecaster and used it as a club to repel a stage-invading fan as the Rolling Stones played Satisfaction at the Hampton Coliseum in 1981.

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