Hull KR: Super League club fined £4,000 after homophobic chanting by their supporters

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Hull KR's Craven Park stadium
Hull KR are seventh in Tremendous League, having gained 9 of their 20 video games thus far this season

Hull KR have been fined £4,000, of which £2,000 has been suspended, after homophobic chanting at their residence matches this season.

An investigation concluded {that a} homophobic slur had been utilized by supporters throughout three separate video games in the direction of a number of visiting gamers.

The Tremendous League membership have pledged to enhance CCTV at their stadium for 2023.

As well as, the Robins should additionally pay a suspended advantageous of £2,000 given for fan misbehaviour earlier this season.

“As per the Rugby Soccer League (RFL) operational guidelines and the Benefit from the Sport marketing campaign, [the club] has an obligation to take all cheap steps to supply a protected and welcoming surroundings for all,” a Hull KR assertion mentioned.

“The RFL have welcomed plans to introduce improved CCTV programs for the 2023 season, to proceed and step up work with supporter teams and stewards, and a lot of different initiatives, together with the launch of a textual content service for supporters to alert the membership to unacceptable behaviour in actual time.”

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