Yeovil Town released a statement this evening condemning the behaviour of a minority of supporters at recent matches.

There have been several incidents involving pyrotechnics at Huish Park and at away matches this season as well as inappropriate chants, some of which are rife across football stadia at the moment.

The statement reads:

In recent weeks, the Club have become aware of an increase in anti-social behaviour by a small minority Yeovil Town supporters at home and away fixtures.

There has been an increase in wholly unacceptable language and chanting by this minority of supporters, something the football club strongly condemns. In recent months, there has also been an increase in pyrotechnics which we remind supporters are banned from all football stadia.   

As a football club, we want Huish Park to be a welcoming environment for all and will work hard to ensure incidents like this do not happen again. 

We would also like to thank the vast majority of fans who continue to showcase the football club in a positive light, both at Huish Park and when travelling to away grounds.”

It won’t be an instant fix, but fair play to the club for condemning behaviour which we’ve talked about on the podcast more than once this season. 

Do better, we’re a better club than that.

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