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    When Mistakes Become A Capital Offense
    Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-12-02 05:51:21

    Football bosses have caused outrage after they printed a special Remembrance Day programme featuring a picture - of Nazi troops.

    Airdrie United thought their match day magazine doubled as a fitting poppy tribute for their game against Livingstone on Saturday.

    But the front cover actually showed grinning German troops on a train during World War Two being handed water by a nurse.

    On the photo are the words: 'Lest We Forget' plus a PoppyScotland logo and the slogan: 'Supporting Our Heroes'.

    Shocked supporters have now called for those responsible for the blunder to be sacked while rival fans have mocked the mistake.

    The club said that it searched through dozens of different war time photographs of soldiers on a train after Network Rail sponsored the SPL match.

    News Source: nasacunit

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