Brighton have issued an announcement expressing their dismay at recent events involving soccer fans”that are shaming our game”.

You will find also reports of homophobic chants at a Huddersfield-Brighton match.

Brighton said:”It appears a worrying trend is developing – we wish to play our part to prevent this in its paths “

Tottenham fan Averof Panteli, 5-7, has been handed a lifetime ban by the team for throwing the banana skin in the leadership of Gunners players during the north London derby in Emirates Stadium on 2 December.

He had been additionally banned from football for four years and fined.

After a vocal minority of Chelsea fans chanted offensive songs about Tottenham fans in his team’s Europa League game with MOL Vidi in Hungary on 1-3 December, anti-discrimination team Fare said some soccer fans were using the”political atmosphere as a cover to their own racism and prejudice”.

Under a week earlier, England forward Sterling seemed to be more targeted by Chelsea fans behind the goal during Manchester City’s defeat at Stamford Bridge on 8 December and also after said that papers”fuel racism” by the means in which they portray young dark footballers.

Arsenal state they have identified an image of whoever threw the jar at Alli during Wednesday’s Carabao Cup quarter-final, while Huddersfield are investigating the naturally-occurring reports from Brighton’s 21 win at the John Smith’s Arena on 1 December.

Even the Seagulls announcement continued:”As we go towards 2019, it’s upsetting that a few folks appear to consider it’s acceptable to behave within a anti-social manner in football games.

“Racism, homophobia, anti semitism, violence and discrimination don’t have any place in society, not to mention in a football stadium.”

Brighton admitted that number of home and visiting fans detract from the Amex Stadium and also arrests for so-called”hate crimes” in this season and past has already doubled the amount of the previous three seasons combined.

Albion promised to”seek criminal prosecutions in every cases” of misbehaviour by fans and included:”Our stadium and ticketing bans for almost any offence involving hate violence or offenses towards staff, players, officials or different fans are accountable for an indefinite period, together using all the oldest possible review merely considered after five decades.”

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