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Brighton and Hove Albion tackle homophobic abuse

1 April 2013 Last updated at 09:07 BST

Brighton and Hove Albion supporters are stepping up their campaign to tackle the issue of homophobic abuse.

The club's fans, regardless of their sexuality, say they are regularly the targets of offensive chanting from rival supporters and even officials.

Now they are going to name and shame the clubs involved and submit their findings to the Football Association.

Alex South reports.

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