Brighton have excluded a supporter indefinitely for a discriminatory social networking post directed at Manchester City following the 4-0 off defeat.
The Twitter post – which has since been deleted – contained comments over Man City’s possession and has been made in the account of one of Brighton sites.
Was made aware of the message and getting several complaints Brighton are known to have contacted the group on the day of the match, Saturday to possess the post.
Following additional evaluation to identify the individual involved, Brighton have taken stern action.
A team announcement on Friday afternoon study:”Brighton & Hove Albion have resisted a fan indefinitely after a social networking post made in the aftermath of the weekend’s match at Manchester City.
“The exclusion follows several complaints from fans that discovered the article to be discriminatory.
“The club’s position on all forms of discrimination is apparent, it’s summarized in our club charter, and that we simply won’t tolerate any type of discrimination – in person, via social media or another sort.
“We’ve reported this incident to Sussex Police, as have others, and so the club is likely to make no additional comment at this point.”