The Onion Bag: FIFA 14 Bans, Milan's Chant Offensive and Wilshere's Wisdom

Ryan Bailey@ryanjaybaileyFeatured ColumnistOctober 10, 2013

Welcome to the Onion Bag! Gather round for our take on the weird and wonderful stories from world football this week. 

We start with news from League One's high-flyers Leyton Orient. The O's 100 percent record ended at the weekend, which happens to have been their first game since FIFA 14 was released. The distracting computer game has subsequently been banned by the club on match days.

Next up, we move to Milan where fans are encouraging their counterparts across Serie A to sing offensive chants—in the name of protest.

Then, we stop in with Denmark's World Cup qualification preparation. Defender Daniel Agger took out a young fan with a wayward shot, but he did the decent thing by making amends with the fan.

And finally, Jack Wilshere makes his second consecutive Onion Bag appearance, this time for opening an international can of worms by suggesting all England players should be born in England

Check out the show, then leave your comments below.

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