An official of any small amateur or semi-professional football (soccer) club in the UK. They are often, but not exclusively, elderly, haughty and completely out of touch with the club's supporters.
They drink free tea and cakes before, at half-time and after the game, they NEVER pay to watch the game and always receive a free programme or matchday magazine. They almost invariably wear a white shirt, a club tie and, of course, a blazer: a dark jacket often bearing the club's crest on the breast pocket.
They tend to be held in low esteem by supporters and "blazer" should be considered a derogatory term.
As Vice Chairman, Clive felt he was an important and respected figure at the club. The fans just sniggered at the pompous old blazer.
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