Scottish FA apologise to Liechtenstein after national anthem jeered
George Peat, the acting chief executive of the Scottish Football Association, has described last night’s jeering buy canada goose jacket online canada of the Liechtenstein national anthem as “disgraceful” and issued a public apology.
The Liechtenstein anthem, which has the same tune as God Save The Queen, was met with audible derision by some members of the Scotland support ahead of last night’s match at Hampden Park, which amazon canada goose parka Craig Levein’s side won 2-1.
Peat said: “I was embarrassed and extremely disappointed by the disgraceful behaviour of some of our supporters during the Liechtenstein best fake canada goose jacket national anthem at Hampden Park last night. “The Scotland fans have worked hard to earn their reputation throughout the world as fun-loving and respectful followers authentic canada goose outlet of football. Last night canadagoosejacketoutlett, those who chose to boo our opponents’ anthem only benefits of canada goose jacket served to tarnish that reputation.
“I apologise average price for a amazon canada goose jacket canada goose jacket unreservedly to our visitors buy canada goose jacket online canada for the crass reaction to their anthem, just as I did in private buy canada goose coat online last night to the Liechtenstein delegation. It must not be forgotten that all nations authentic canada goose outlet online must abide by Fifa’s Fair Play policy and last night’s behaviour does nothing to help Scotland’s image.”