Bournemouth teenage hand guilty of racist abuse ban for life

Bournemouth they have given a 17-year-old supporter a lifelong ban after he pleaded guilty to singing racist abuse during a Premier league match in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in November, the south coast club said Thursday.

The British media reported that the Highbury Corner magistrate court banned the fan, who cannot be named, attend the matches for three years and was ordered to pay a fine of 55 pounds ($ 71.10) along with a surcharge of 21 pounds.

" Bournemouth AFC Welcome the decision of the court to impose a three-year football ban on a person present in the visiting section, after an incident at our meeting in Tottenham Hotspur Last November, the club said in a statement.

"...this member of the public – who we refuse to acknowledge as a supporter – will also receive a lifetime ban from Bournemouth AFC ."