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Leicester condemn fans for homophobic chanting in Brighton game

Leicester City have condemned the homophobic chanting that took place against Brighton & Hove Albion after confirming some of the club’s supporters were removed from the stadium during match on Saturday

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George finally got an apology from the UK government for his 1974 conviction.
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This wonderful gentleman is an inspiration to every gay person growing up today. He has integrity and decency beyond compare. Tonight I raise a glass to him.

This guy is a total legend! See him every year @ pride ❤️

Took the government long enough x

Fantastic news George 🌈♥️🌈

Wonderful. Very honoured!

Wonderful news 🌈🌈

My best wishes to you George. X

Fantastic news ❤️❤️❤️

Well done George 🌈🌈

Took their time😡😡

Congratulations, 🎢🎇🎉🎉🎊

About time

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On October 19th we're bringing you our second #SNAP screening at Fabrica Gallery, Marlon Riggs' TONGUES UNTIED!

This semi-documentary explores the perspectives at the intersection of black gay life as its subjects confront racism, homophobia and social marginalisation.

This will followed by a panel featuring Stephen Isaac-Wilson, Dennis Carney and Hakeem Kazeem.

Book your tickets and find out more about the event here:

*The film will have closed captions (English subtitles especially for D/deaf or hard of hearing attendees) and the event will have British Sign Language interpretation. *
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    Siân Kinal

    I’m a lesbian and have been a Leicester city season ticket holder since I was 7 but this behavior completely disgusts me. I love my club and am thankful that this was a minority and was dealt with appropriately. I hope those fans accountable never get to watch another LCFC game live again and are appropriately charged.
    This is not the majority of Leicester city fans and it is a club with a history of winning awards for being family friendly and inclusive. I actually sit in the KOP so away from the away fans but took a photo of the Foxes Pride banner which was hanging at the back of our stand (next to numerous other banners), a banner I’d not seen before but felt proud that the club and fans were supporting it.
    I think more needs to be done to reduce homophobia in football, much like the anti-racism campaigns. I have been to other away grounds and heard homophobic chants / slang used, not specifically directly at myself but it’s shouldn’t be part of football. A small minority of fans ruin the experience for others.
    It upsets me that any fan may not feel welcome at the king power stadium, it’s such an electric place to watch football and everyone should feel safe and welcome there…. but hopefully not leaving with 3 points 😉

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    Zanna Blott

    Anyone know what was actually said?

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    Rochel Moore

    I know it’s awful that this has happened but I think it’s a step in the right direction that it’s been publicly condemned


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