Middlesbrough suspends two fans from matches after claims Qur'an ripped up at game
Police are investigating claims some Boro fans ripped up the holy text of Islam during the club's 2-2 draw with Birmingham City
Middlesbrough FC have suspended two fans from matches after claims that copies of the Qur'an were ripped up at a game.
Police are investigating reports some Boro fans ripped up the holy text of Islam during the club's 2-2 draw at Birmingham City.
After the allegations came to light, Middlesbrough Football Club vowed to ban anyone convicted of the crime from the Riverside Stadium for life.
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