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Police Make 3 Arrests Following Coleraine FC Incident

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Police have made 3 arrests in relation to an incident at the Larne match last weekend.

It is understood that one male has been charged and will appear in court early next month. Two others are still in custody.

A spokesperson for Coleraine FC yesterday said ‘Coleraine FC has always prided itself on being a community club and welcoming to all in our community.

The club enjoys support from all sections of the community, from differing faiths and ethnicity. We totally condemn the behaviour of a very small minority of persons at the game on Friday Night at Larne FC.

Their behaviour, actions and display of racist slogans is not reflective of Coleraine FC or the vast majority of Bannsiders, who displayed great support for the club and added to the spectacle at the ground and on TV.’

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