Rowdy football crowd are "terrorists"?

Words are continually being degraded
NRL chief executive David Gallop has fired an extraordinary salvo at Melbourne Storm fans, likening their behaviour on Sunday to that of terrorists.

On the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Gallop attacked those among a 14,000-strong crowd at AAMI Park who booed him.

"I never really go for that whole passion line. I mean, terrorists are passionate about what they do and, you know, that doesn't make it right," Gallop said. "I obviously didn't enjoy it, but I'm absolutely confident we made the right decision."

When questioned about the use of the term terrorist Gallop did not back down. "Well, it's a topical one at the moment," he said.

"Passion is a bad excuse and it gets used too much in sport ... Passion isn't something that is an excuse for poor behaviour."


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