Gamba Osaka bans fans for displaying controversial banner

TOKYO — Gamba Osaka has banned a group of fans who displayed a banner with a logo resembling a Nazi symbol during a J-League game. The banner, which resembled a symbol derived from the SS of Nazi Germany, was displayed at the team’s April 16 match away …
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