A Western Sydney Wanderers supporter allegedly racially abused Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Jamie Young during an A-League matchDuring the 2-2 draw between Western Sydney Wanderers and Brisbane Roar in the A-League, a fan allegedly targeted Roar goalkeeper Jamie Young with racial slurs.An investigation has been put in place, and the Football Federation Australia has said that if proved true, the fan will face the country’s longest ban.Perth Glory boss warns squad to not get starstruck by United Andrew Smyth – July 12, 2019 Perth Glory manager Tony Popovic warned his players against getting starstruck ahead of Saturday’s friendly with Manchester United.“This behavior is deplorable and not acceptable at any Wanderers event, just like it should not be accepted anywhere in society. The Western Sydney Wanderers would like to extend a sincere apology to Jamie Young for being subjected to such behavior,” the club statement read according to The Age.“We applaud and are extremely proud of those Wanderers supporters in the immediate vicinity to this individual who promptly, and vociferously, objected to the behavior demonstrated and alerted authorities to have the offender removed from the venue. This individual is not to be welcomed back to any Wanderers fixture.”“Brisbane Roar applauds, and thanks, the Western Sydney Wanderers management, staff, security, and fans for their swift action and support. Brisbane Roar’s number one priority is supporting Jamie Young,” Brisbane Roar added.
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