Brighton have excluded a supporter indefinitely for a social media article directed at Manchester City after the 4-0 away defeat.
The Twitter article – which has been deleted – has been made from the accounts of one of Brighton’s fan-run websites and included remarks.
Was made aware of the message and receiving several complaints into the club, Brighton are known to have contacted the group on the day of the game, Saturday, August 31, to have the post.
Brighton have taken stern actions.
A team statement on Friday day study:”Brighton & Hove Albion have now excluded a buff indefinitely following a social networking article created in the aftermath of the weekend’s match in Manchester City.
“The exception follows numerous complaints from fans that found the post to be discriminatory.
“The club’s stance about all kinds of discrimination is apparent, it is outlined in our club charter, and we just will not tolerate any form of discrimination – in person, via social media or another sort.
“We have reported this incident to Sussex Police, as have others, and for that reason the club will make no additional comment at this point.”