Leeds and Manchester United condemned “completely unacceptable” chants by rival followers about tragedies involving each golf equipment throughout Sunday’s Premier League match at Elland Road.
The Premier League additionally stated it will deal with the difficulty as a “matter of urgency.”
The recreation, which United received 2-0, was marred by some Leeds followers goading United supporters with chants concerning the Munich air catastrophe on Feb. 6, 1958. Some United supporters taunted the house crowd with chants concerning the dying of Leeds followers in Istanbul in 2000.
“Both clubs strongly condemn chanting from both sets of fans regarding historic tragedies at today’s game,” Leeds and United stated in a joint assertion. “Such behavior is completely unacceptable and we will continue to work together with our respective fan groups and the Premier League and other authorities on eradicating it from football.”
The Premier League echoed the condemnation.
“The League is treating the issue of tragedy chanting as a priority and as a matter of urgency,” it stated.
The Munich crash resulted within the deaths of 23 folks, together with eight United gamers.
Two Leeds followers had been killed on the eve of its UEFA Cup semifinal match in opposition to Turkish crew Galatasaray.