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Portsmouth photographs released

Posted on 9 December 2008  - 12:00

Hampshire Police has today issued photographs of individuals they wish to speak to in connection with allegations of abusive chanting at our Premier League match with Portsmouth at Fratton Park on September 28.

Portsmouth photographs released

Hampshire Police has today issued photographs of individuals they wish to speak to in connection with allegations of abusive chanting at our Premier League match with Portsmouth at Fratton Park on September 28.

The Club is committed to assisting the authorities in identifying these supporters. We would ask supporters to please CLICK HERE to view the photographs of those fans identified by Hampshire Police as a result of an investigation into the aforementioned incident.

Anyone with further information should contact Operation Decorum on 0845 045 45 45 or call Crimestoppers, the charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.

"The Club does not tolerate any form of abusive or discriminatory chanting," said a Club spokesman, "and we would ask fans with any information to please come forward and assist the police with their investigation into this matter.

"We have always looked to maintain a positive and family-friendly match day experience, to which the vast majority of our supporters contribute.

"The conduct of our supporters is taken very, very seriously and our fans are normally well behaved both at home and away grounds. In order to ensure that matchdays are enjoyable for everyone we shall not hesitate to ban, indefinitely, supporters whose behaviour is proven to be unacceptable."