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Bantams Investigate Racist Abuse Outside Valley Parade

The club say those involved 'can expect to face serious punishment and a lifetime ban'.

Bradford City say they're investigating reports of alleged racist abuse.

The incident happened at Valley Parade during Saturday's League One game against AFC Wimbledon.

The club say those involved 'can expect to face serious punishment and a lifetime ban'.

A club spokesperson said: "In conjunction with West Yorkshire Police we have launched a full investigation after receiving reports of racist abuse directed towards local residents, who live nearby.

"We condemn any kind of hatred. The club treats all forms of discrimination with the utmost seriousness and we will be working with the authorities to identify those believed to be responsible of the alleged offence.

"Club staff will visit the families affected over the coming days.

“Those involved can expect to face serious punishment and a lifetime ban from attending Bradford City fixtures."

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