"It's wrong to label the club employed a racist hooligan as unless I'm mistaken his offences were public order offences ( that were spent )", is referring to what's in The Times' article. They're not wrong whether his offences were spent or not.
I was at that match too and I was pleased that most of our fans applauded the taking of the knee. However, a friend of mine who was in the North Stand said that some fans near her were booing. Thankfully it was only a few so they must've been drowned out.
I have indeed heard racism from our...
Much as I despise WHU and their methods, I'd like Saïd to do well and I really hope he rips these pompous twas a new one.