BBC censors Belgian fans

26th January 2015, Comments 1 comment

Shocking images of the banner held aloft by Belgian Standard de Liege fans at the weekend has triggered a wealth of negative reactions across the globe.

In Britain the BBC has censored the banner depicting a decapitated Steven Defour on its website.

The banner was displayed during a Standard v Anderlecht clash on Sunday.

Defour used to play for Standard, but has now moved to the club's arch rivals at Anderlecht.

The sickening image has been removed from the BBC's website.

 

Flandersnews.be / Expatica

1 Comment To This Article

  • Peter posted:

    on 27th January 2015, 12:49:04 - Reply

    What happened to "freedom of speech" that everyone was marching for in Paris earlier this month? Does that not apply to football fans?