England and Arsenal winger Beth Mead hopes abusive chants will be stamped out of football

Arsenal and england winger Beth Mead says there is no place for chants in soccer, in either the mens or womens match.
The occasion was marred by reports of chanting, although manchester United beat Liverpool 2-0 in their first ever Womens Super League meeting on Saturday.
The FA are exploring Liverpools asserts that manager Vicky Jepson – together with the team in general – has been targeted by the United supporters.
United state they are conscious of the allegations and will be investigating.
Mead says the chants have been a subject of discussion among the Lionesses, and is on international duty as England prepare to get a trio of friendlies, beginning with Brazil on Saturday.
Its unsatisfactory and we do not want it coming into the womens match, but there is no room for this in either the mens or womens match, Mead said.
It is very little minded of people do that and people come for the love of soccer not for the dumb things coming out of peoples mouths.
I really hope its been proven and it does not occur again since it is not exactly what we players, staff or anyone needs in the girls game
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