Sports Letters: Sportsmanship an imported quality

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The Independent Online
Sir: Jeremy Gray (Letters, February 17) shares the misapprehension that the football practice of throwing the ball to the opposition after injuries originated in England. In fact, it came here from Continental football. It would be arrogant to assume the English have a monopoly on sportsmanship. Look at Arsene Wenger!

HARRY BOVIS,

London, NW5

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