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FSA statement following incident at WBA-Wolves

Football Supporters’ Association statement following yesterday’s incident at WBA-Wolves:

“The FSA is opposed to all forms of violence, be that physical threat or verbal abuse. There’s no place for it at football and the vast majority of law-abiding fans do not want to see such scenes at the match.

“The FA has announced it is launching an investigation into the incident and we will encourage our members at WBA and Wolves to share their experiences if they were in the crowd.”

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