Shaq O'Neal and Donald Trump take their seats for League Two play-offs | Ben Fisher

17 June 2020 12:00
Cutouts will be filling the stands as a way to pay tribute to lost loved ones and raise money for charityAll games are behind closed doors for the foreseeable future but when Northampton welcome Cheltenham in the League Two play-off semi-final first leg on Thursday, the crowd will boast a familiar face in the shape of Shaquille O’Neal, the 7ft 1in NBA hall of famer.The American’s likeness will be among thousands of weird and wonderful cutouts to take their place in the stands after clubs invited supporters to make their presence felt. “If it was a life-size, Shaq would have to be at the back,” says the Northampton chairman, Kelvin Thomas, a business associate of the former Los Angeles Lakers centre. Related: How will lower-league teams survive the shutdown? – Football Weekly Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian