Two Tottenham fans arrested over racist chanting

Police have arrested two of 16 Tottenham fans they wanted to trace over indecent and homophobic chanting directed at Portsmouth's Sol Campbell, reports the BBC.

Police have arrested two of 16 Tottenham fans they wanted to trace over indecent and homophobic chanting directed at Portsmouth's Sol Campbell, reports the BBC.

A 28-year-old man from Ringwood and a 36-year-old man from Wokingham, Berkshire, have been arrested.

Officers have asked the public to help them trace the remaining 14 men.

They were captured on film during the match and police said they have received "a steady stream of information and names" since the pictures were released.

Both men arrested are being held on suspicion of indecent or racial chanting at a designated football match, after attending a police station in Portsmouth.

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