Saints respond after follow-ups of mail; mocking the death of Sala


Date published: Sunday 10 February 2019 11:09

Southampton has said they will stop finding any supporters that they have made unsustainable behavior in relation to their fans in Cardiff. mocking the death of Emiliano Sala at a Saturday League League game at St Mary's Stadium.

Cardiff was involved for the first time since the stalking body was obtained from underwater traffic in the English Channel and was formally marked by the Dorset crew.

The airplane provided a Nantes to Cardiff Salary after having been able to go to the airport. move £ 15 million to a Premier League club dropping to the sea near Alderney on January 21. The David Ibbotson pilot is still missing.

Minutes have been kept minutes minutes as part of the tax before it started at the game the Welsh side continued to get 2-1 with the stunning goal of Kenneth Zohore in the third minute of stopping time.

However, a later video on the social media of two men in the home section of the playground appeared to appear to have air movements on the side of the fans.

Southampton confirmed that Hampshire Police had talked to the supporters and were expecting to "give a very strong position" about the event.

Read on Saturday afternoon: "The Southampton Football Club can prove that two fans have been kept up and the police gave information through our game against the city on Saturday Saturday.

"The club will continue to work with Hampshire Police to make any people who have considered unsustainable behavior for supporters in Cardiff.

"There is no place in that game in our game and we do not accept it in St Mary's.

"The club will stand very strong against anyone involved and expects to stop the identified supporters."

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