In the same vein: "The FBI and several US congressional committees have been investigating links between Russian government and Manchester United fan Donald Trump".
More seriously, the article claims: "Healy had at least nine convictions relating to football hooliganism stretching back to 1998. A search of his property after his arrest revealed a collection of far-right hooligan memorabilia, loosely connected with the Chelsea Youth Firm. ... also discovered was a Nazi SS flag bearing a “totenkopf” death’s head skull symbol plus “a number of pins of badges”, including ... a badge that said “Chelsea FC no asylum seekers”.
So a thug with form who liked Chelsea FC. The sooner we're rid of them the better.
But it would be nice to see a little balance in a daily with an editorial watchword: "“A newspaper’s primary office is the gathering of news. At the peril of its soul it must see that the supply is not tainted.” And supply can be tainted enormously by biased reporting.