Japan's Gamba Osaka fined 2 million yen over Nazi-like banner – Kyodo

Japan’s Gamba Osaka have been fined 2 million yen (13,560 pounds) and reprimanded by the J-League after a group of supporters displayed a Nazi-like banner at a game last month, Kyodo news agency reported on Thursday. The banner carrying a symbol resembling …
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