The FA are really campaigning hard to ensure their fans behave at tomorrow's game. Each ticket holder is to be sent an email telling them to refrain from singing offensive chants during the match. The email is to be sent tomorrow and will contain this message from England manager Roy Hodgson:
"Ahead of the Ireland fixture, on behalf of The FA, I would like to ask our supporters to please respect our opponents and welcome them in the right way.
"Wembley is considered the world over as the home of football and we ask those attending to not take part in any chanting - particularly of a religious or political perspective - which could cause offence to our visitors or fellow fans."
The email is obviously in reference to the incidents in 1995 but also because the FA received a complaint about their fans singing offensive chants in San Marino two months ago. If only we had email back in 1995, then maybe all the trouble could have been averted.
h/t football 365