Nationwide Conference side, Tranmere Rovers, is a seething hotbed of young, white UKIP-leaning disenfranchisement, it has emerged.
The news follows reports that newly-crowned UKIP leader, Paul Nuttall, emerged from the Borough Road club’s youth wing in the early 1990s.
Nuttall later left Tranmere, blaming what he called ‘cultural Marxists’ for encouraging a more fluid, continental style of play.
Meanwhile, experts claim it is no coincidence that the fans’ favourite terrace chant is Su-Su Super White Army.
Former manager John Aldridge said, “We realised it was time to part company with Paul when he suggested bringing back the death penalty for two-footed tackles.
“However, things really turned sour when I substituted Jason McAteer for a young Romanian winger with an extra yard of pace.”
Aldridge added, “To stand on the Bebington Kop these days is to listen to a series of ill-informed rants against abortion, climate change and Wrexham.”
Tranmere Fan Simon Williams said, “We want our league status back.”