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The English Football Association is reporting reports. Macclesfield's manager, Sol Campbell, had been involved in homophobic abuse at Sky Bet League Two Cheltenham games Saturday.

After a game, Macclesfield 3-2 lost, a number of Cheltenham fans had made social media a talk out against the events that were "disgusting" and "terrible" complaints.

It is recognized as the English defender; He has told Macclesfield that he will let the authorities deal with the case.

Cheltenham was not available for immediate comments when they contacted us on Tuesday.

It is acknowledged that the FA has now been investigated; opened after being aware of the abuse.

On Monday, Cheltenham told the club's website "to remind all the supporters who visit the Jonny-Rocks Stadium that he is against the law of hearing no sentence of abuse for the causes of disability or disability; civil status or partnership; trouble and maternity; race, nationality or ethnicity; religion or belief, or sexual orientation. "

The statement added: "Under the Equality Act 2010, it is an offense to mention the features that are protected above in unlawful conditions and this can continue to to arrest and complain. "

Cheltenham said the club was also "to carry out a detailed scrutiny of the work of the school in line with its Equality Policy". Supporters have been asked to report any abuse "to the steward as soon as possible".

The statement declined: "Help us to make the Jonny-Rocks Stadium a place where everyone can watch football without persistent illegal abuse . "

Former Chairman of Tottenham, Arsenal, Portsmouth and England Campbell were appointed Macclesfield manager in late November 2018. The former Irish headmaster, Mark Kennedy and Scottish football leader Andy Cole, were part of his back room team.

The 44-year-old was seen in winning the two previous league games before he lost in Cheltenham.

The Silkmen are currently from a bad host and are away at Mansfield's promotion promotion on Saturday.

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