Brighton fans facing bans for racism at Tottenham games

Brighton will hand out three fans following events of racism at the Amex Stadium lengthy bans.
Two fans also had their details forwarded to Sussex Police for further investigation and had been ejected from the stadium with an U23s game against Tottenham a month.
Another person detained and was removed during Saturdays Premier League fixture against exactly precisely the side. Both events were reported by Albion fans.
A statement on the clubs website read:Three Brighton and Hove Albion supporters are facing extended prohibits and possible criminal charges, after two separate incidents of racism during recent matches at the Amex.
Brighton chief executive and deputy chairman Paul Barber said:It is very hard to understand why a few individuals think its acceptable to behave This Way, but we Are Extremely obvious that neither Brighton and Hove Albion, nor the broader
Football community, will tolerate racism or discrimination in any form, at any moment.
It is quite reassuring that in both events our stewards were alarmed to this totally unacceptable behaviour by additional Albion fans and, working with Sussex Police, our staff could take speedy action, which hopefully will raise the chances of a certainty.
we dont want people exhibiting any kind of discriminatory or anti-social behavior inside our stadium, and Id love to thank those Albion fans for reporting the incidents to us as soon as they heard it.
We would urge any fans faced with similar discriminatory behavior to report it immediately, either directly into a steward or through our anonymous hotline, and we will take strong action

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