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Monday, 19 November 2012

Not Respect Heroes, James McClean Sunderland Threatened Player Killed

Sunderland midfielder James McClean, getting death threats for not wearing a poppy emblem as a mark for the services of British war veterans, while competing against Everton in the continuation of weeks-12 Premier League on Saturday (11/10/2012).

The threat came from someone claiming to be a former British soldier, Cody Lachey. In his Twitter account, his rifle upload photos with the message, "Bullets poppy, the threat of death for James McClean! He really deserves to be shot dead and his body dragged to a memorial for the dead. "

McClean was the only player who was not wearing a flower in the Premier League. When Sunderland beat Fulham 3-1, Sunday (11/18/2012), 23-year-old Irish midfielder was also had supporters cheered on "The Black Cats" when it comes on for Sebastian Larsson in the 70th minute.

"James will deal with it. This may be related to the issue last week (when he was not wearing a poppy symbol). It is indeed an option. James had the life experience of many things, "said Sunderland coach Martin O'Neil, scorn fans respond to McClean.

Lachey itself has been inspected by the local police for his actions. However, although deeply upset, 29-year-old man from Manchester was revealed did not make direct contact with it threat-related McClean.

"However, I can not be responsible for what others have done to him later. I knew this would end up in a problem and probably in jail. So, I'm ready to go to court, "says Lachey.

Lachey current Twitter account has been disabled after the Sunderland camp reported the threat to police.
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