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Tony Smith is the owner of the Sheffield Steelers, an ELITE Ice Hockey League (U.K.) team. And much like 20,000 piercing screams when Harry Styles walks on stage, One Direction has given him a headache.
The epically popular lad band had their Tuesday show postponed due to Liam Payne feeling bloody awful. It was moved to Friday at SSE Arena in Belfast … the night when the Steelers were due to take on the Belfast Giants. But lest 10,000 fans already despondent after Zayn left the band feel even more disappointment in their young lives, the arena opted to cancel the hockey game for the One Direction show.
Boss Tony Smith said: "This is unacceptable and not the end of the matter."
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