Wolverhampton Wanderers have been handed a £100,000 ($131,000) advantageous for anti-gay chanting by a bit of their supporters throughout their residence Premier League recreation towards Chelsea in April, the English Soccer Affiliation (FA) said on Friday.
The FA has issued a plan of motion, which incorporates consciousness of unacceptable behaviour, that can take instant impact and stay in place for the approaching season.
“The punishment pertains to the ‘Chelsea lease boy’ chant, which is outlined as an anti-gay slur and was made a prosecutable offence for anybody discovered to sing or use the phrases by the Crown Prosecution Service in January 2022,” the FA stated in an announcement.
“The Soccer Affiliation now considers this particular chant to quantity to a breach of FA Guidelines and reserve the suitable to pursue formal disciplinary motion towards any membership whose supporters have interaction in such behaviour going ahead.”
Wolves have said they accepted the choice and people recognized and located responsible will face prolonged stadium bans.