Southampton plan to ban two supporters who taunted Cardiff Metropolis followers in regards to the dying of striker Emiliano Sala.
The 28-year-old Argentine died in a airplane crash nearly three weeks in the past, together with his physique discovered on Thursday.
Two Saints followers had been pictured making aeroplane gestures throughout their aspect’s 2-1 home defeat by the Bluebirds and had been spoken to by Hampshire Police.
“Such behaviour has no place in our sport and won’t be tolerated at St Mary’s,” a membership assertion learn.
“Southampton Soccer Membership can verify that two followers had been detained and had their particulars taken by police throughout our match in opposition to Cardiff Metropolis on Saturday.
“The membership will proceed to work with Hampshire Police to determine any people deemed to have made indecent gestures in the direction of Cardiff supporters.
“The membership shall be taking a particularly agency stance in opposition to anybody concerned and intends to ban these supporters recognized.”
After Cardiff’s injury-time win, Bluebirds supervisor Neil Warnock stated: “We wished to do it for Emiliano and I am actually proud the lads have performed him justice.”
There have been tributes and a minute’s silence earlier than the sport began.