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Mr Les Mackay, Chairman of the FA Commission looking into the violence at

Mr Les Mackay, Chairman of the FA Commission looking into the violence at


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Mr Les Mackay, Chairman of the FA Commission looking into the violence at

Mr Les Mackay, Chairman of the FA Commission looking into the violence at the Middlesbrough V Leeds match. On the right is Mike McCullagh (Chairman), and Keith Varley (Vice Chairman) on the left. 29th September 1983

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Middlesbrough Football Club Teesside The Boro Violence


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In this photo print, we are transported back to the intense atmosphere of a football match in the 1980s. The image captures Mr Les Mackay, Chairman of the FA Commission, as he delves into the violence that erupted during the Middlesbrough V Leeds match on September 29th, 1983. Positioned on his right is Mike McCullagh, Chairman of the commission, while Keith Varley stands on his left as Vice Chairman. The photograph exudes a sense of seriousness and determination as these three individuals gather to investigate an unfortunate incident that marred what should have been a thrilling sporting event. Their focused expressions hint at their commitment to ensuring justice and safety within football. This snapshot not only documents a specific moment in time but also serves as a reminder of how violence has plagued sports throughout history. It highlights the importance placed on addressing such issues and finding solutions to prevent them from recurring. The setting itself reflects Teesside's passion for football with its reference to Middlesbrough Football Club - fondly known as "the Boro. " This iconic club holds deep significance for fans who have witnessed both triumphs and challenges over decades. D Moody's expert composition transports us back to this significant event in sporting history, inviting viewers to reflect upon past incidents while inspiring hope for safer future matches.

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