Statement launched after Colchester followers make disturbing chants at Leyton Orient
A press release has been launched after Colchester United followers make disturbing chants at Leyton Orient on Saturday afternoon.
A piece of spectators within the U’s finish had been heard singing dispicable chants about former Orient boss Justin Edinburgh, who tragically died of a cardiac arrest on the age of 49 in June, 2019.
The chants have been extensively condemned by supporters of each golf equipment and the CUSA have stated they may revoke the membership of any of their members discovered to have been concerned within the chanting, which allegedly occurred in the course of the 2-2 draw within the League Two conflict, at Brisbane Highway.
Colchester stated in a tweet: “Not for the primary time this season a really small minority of these within the away part have acted in a shameful method.
“This time making vile chants that no first rate particular person would make and are by no means shared by Colchester United or the overwhelming majority of Colchester United followers.
“We will co-operate with Leyton Orient should there be any further investigations.”
The CUSA Supporters stated: “For sure that whether it is established that any of our members had been concerned with the deplorable chanting at Orient yesterday, they are going to be members not.
“Sincerest apologies to the Edinburgh family on behalf of the minority of our distasteful ‘fans’ ”
The BlueWhiteArmy (BWA) Colchester supporters group (@BWA_ColUtd) added: “On behalf of all first rate @ColU_Official followers we have now made a £50.00 donation in direction of the Justin Edinburgh Basis.
“We hope this makes a small amends for the deplorable chants by a bit of our fanbase at present.
“Up the O’s and Up the U’s! ”
A press release on yesterday’s sport. #ColU | #WeAreUnited pic.twitter.com/1DMFC3wZCz
— Colchester United FC (@ColU_Official) March 19, 2023
The sport itself was a unprecedented one, with Colchester making a shocking late comeback to attract 2-2 at League Two leaders Leyton Orient.
Though the hosts led with targets from George Moncur, Ruel Sotiriou and George Moncur, the hosts had been unable to attain. The struggling guests scored twice within the remaining three minutes by way of Noah Chilvers and Connor Corridor.
Paul Smyth gained the EFL Participant Award on the London PFA Awards earlier this week. He slid into the penalty field within the thirty third minutes earlier than Fiacre Kelleher introduced him down.
Moncur, a former U’s midfielder, stepped as much as rating his seventh aim of the marketing campaign.
After 68 minutes, the lead was doubled when Sotiriou’s unimaginable close-skill noticed him move a defender and ship his shot from the best field excessive into the nook.
Nevertheless, Orient switched off. Within the 89th minute Corridor made a flip and landed in a nook. Chilvers then equalised with a 20 yard drive.
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