Lincoln star Cohen Bramall suffers alleged racist abuse at Gillingham as boss Evans says fan ‘banned for all times’ if responsible
LINCOLN star Cohen Bramall suffered alleged racial abuse at Gillingham on Saturday.
The League One match was stopped for 4 minutes and police are investigating.
Lincoln star Cohen Bramall suffered alleged racial abuse at GillinghamCredit: Rex
Gills supervisor Steve Evans desires the fan banned from Priestfield for all times if discovered guiltyCredit: PA
Gillingham supervisor Steve Evans desires the fan banned from Priestfield for all times if discovered responsible.
It occurred after the Imps scored within the fourth minute and celebrated within the nook between the Rainham Finish residence part and Medway Stand.
Some indignant Gills stormed onto the grass and pushing and shoving occurred with gamers.
It was then ex-Arsenal teenager Bramall, 25, claims he was subjected to racial abuse.
One thing racial was mentioned. You suppose you’re previous it and near eradicating it however we’re not
Lincoln boss Michael Appleton
Extremely, he later went to stewards with skipper Liam Bridcutt and identified the alleged offender.
Lincoln boss Michael Appleton mentioned: “One thing racial was mentioned. You suppose you’re previous it and near eradicating it however we’re not.
“Cohen was emotional and I needed to communicate to him to get him to focus once more.”
Evans mentioned: “I’ve received completely no time for anybody who says something like that if it’s proved to be the case.
“And the individual will likely be banned from Priestfield for llfe.”
Gills battled again to earn some extent with a aim from debutant Danny Lloyd, cancelling out Tayo Edun’s opener.
However the match – Gillingham’s first infront of residence followers for 526 days – was overshadowed by the incident involving Crewe-born Bramall, who performed in midfield at present.