Video: England fans sing 'No Surrender to the IRA' outside Irish Bar in Marseille
Footage has emerged of England fans singing sectarian chants outside an Irish Bar in Marseille.
Police were forced to intervene last night when rival English and French clashed, with the owner of O'Malley's Bat confirming that French troublemakers had antagonised the English before police used tear gas to get control of the situation.
Now, video has emerged of a large group of English chanting 'No Surrender to the IRA' in Marseille, a song that the English fanbase have been warned not to sing by their own Association.
The sectarian chant rang around Parkhead when Roy Hodgson's men played Scotland in a friendly and following that match the English FA issued a stern warning that such songs would not be accepted.
@BJGoldsmith they where chanting outside an irish bar o malleys in marseille no surrender to the ira think its a pretty shut case now— ray meehan (@nollagnomates) June 10, 2016
@GaryBhoyUTLR and jumpers tied around theyre waists shouting no surrender to the ira scum while drinking in an irish bar— LUM (@lumbaego) June 10, 2016
@GaffneyVLC 20 years ago it was "No Surrender to the IRA" Haven't really moved on— Spencer (@skkthfc61) June 10, 2016
The long awaited follow up to their "No Surrender To The IRA" song, which they released decades ago. https://t.co/WipdT7OwkP— Mannczuk (@augustine_ryan) June 9, 2016