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England and Arsenal winger Beth Mead states there is no place for abusive chants in soccer, in either the mens or womens match.
Manchester United beat Liverpool 2-0 from their first ever Womens Super League meeting on Saturday, but the occasion was marred by reports of violent chanting.
The FA are investigating Liverpools claims that director Vicky Jepson – alongside the team in general – has been targeted by the United buffs.
United say they are exploring and are conscious of the allegations.
Mead is starting on Saturday with Brazil, also claims that the chants have been a subject of discussion one of the Lionesses.
Its disappointing and we do not want it coming into the womens match, but there is no room for this in both mens or womens game, Mead said.
Its very little minded of people do this and folks come for the love of football not for the stupid stuff coming out of peoples mouths.
I really hope it has been proven and it does not happen again since its not what us as players, staff or anybody needs in the girls game.
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