FA bans club for racist abuse by fans

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English Football Association FA It has confirmed that clubs will be punished if fans chant racist songs against opposing players or managers.

Chelsea Rent Boy” has been sung at Chelsea’s recent matches against Nottingham Forest and Manchester City. And has also sung to Frank Lampard. Boss of Everton in the game against Manchester United in the FA Cup battle as well

Last week, Crown Procurement Service deemed “Rent Boy” a homophobic term. Confirmed looking to sing this song from a Forest supporter at Chelsea on New Year’s Day. 

The FA said in a statement on Wednesday: “The Football Association (FA) condemns inappropriate singing. Mocking and discrimination on the football field and is commit to eliminating this behavior. Singing these songs can have a lasting and damaging impact on people and communities in our games. and it must stop.”

“The FA has today sent an official letter to all clubs in the Premier League, EFL, National League. Women’s Super League. Women’s Championship reminding them. That proper disciplinary action can be take. against any ufabet club that engages in discriminatory behavior. Including the use of the term ‘Rent Boy’.”

“They have now informed all clubs that singing ‘Rent Boy’ is in breach of FA rules. These rules apply to supporter behavior both at home and away. And clubs at all levels of English football have a responsibility and responsibility to ensure that supporters behave appropriately when attending games.

“The FA takes allegations of discrimination very seriously and will support any victims or witnesses of discrimination. report this to the FA the club or relevant authorities to conduct a thorough investigation.”

“Together, English football can drive positive change to provide a safe and enjoyable stadium environment for all.”