Two Southampton supporters are set to be prohibited subsequent to provoking Cardiff City fans over the shocking passing of Emiliano Sala.
Sala’s body was recouped from the seabed destruction of a spot a week ago after he vanished on January 22. The 28-year-old striker was heading out to Wales to join Cardiff City, in the wake of marking a $29 million manage his new club.
A moment of quietness was held before Cardiff’s conflict against Southampton, while tributes were made to the fallen player.
Two Saints fans, in any case, were imagined making plane motions amid the diversion and have since been kept and addressed by Hampshire Police.
An announcement from the club said the conduct would not go on without serious consequences and that the two fans would probably be restricted subsequently.
“Such conduct has no spot in our diversion,” the announcement read, “Southampton Football Club can affirm that two fans were confined and had their subtleties taken by police amid our match against Cardiff City on Saturday.
“The club will keep on working with Hampshire Police to distinguish any people esteemed to have made disgusting signals towards Cardiff supporters.
“The club will take an amazingly firm position against anybody included and expects to boycott those supporters recognized.”
Following Cardiff’s 2-1 damage time rout, Bluebirds director Neil Warnock stated: “We needed to do it for Emiliano and I’m extremely glad the chaps have done him equity”.