FC HALIFAX Town has responded to allegations two of the club's fans were kicked out of Weymouth FC's ground following reports of homophobic and racist abuse being shouted.

Dorset Police is investigating alleged comments, which were reportedly made by two away fans at Weymouth FC's game against FC Halifax Town at the Bob Lucas Stadium, on Saturday, March 5.

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Two people were ejected from the ground.

In response to the alleged abuse made by two if its fans, the West Yorkshire club has said it 'does not condone or tolerate' such behaviour.

A spokeswoman from FC Halifax Town, said: "The club does not condone homophobic, racist or any other abuse and nor will it be tolerated.

"We are currently working with West Yorkshire Police and Dorset Police to understand the details of the alleged incident on Saturday and we will then take the appropriate course of action."