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Ian Wright known as ‘disgraceful’ Leicester followers ‘mugs’ on ITV after they focused him and known as Roy Keane ‘Irish c***’

ARSENAL legend Ian Wright has revealed why he known as some Leicester followers ‘full mugs’ on ITV after they aimed abuse at him and Roy Keane.

The 57-year-old was on punditry obligation for Saturday’s Group Protect conflict at Wembley which noticed the Foxes beat Manchester Metropolis 1-0.

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Ian Wright has revealed a minority of Leicester followers hurled abuse at him and Roy KeaneCredit: Twitter @IanWright0

Kelechi Iheanacho was the hero for Brendan Rodgers’ facet in opposition to his former employers as his second half penalty proved to be the distinction.

However throughout the post-match celebrations, Wright was visibly angered by one thing within the crowd, the place he branded a bit of Foxes supporters as ‘full mugs’ whereas nonetheless on air.

And shortly after his punditry work was carried out, he took to social media the place he posted a video claiming each he and Keane have been abused by a minority of followers.

He tweeted: “Let me simply clear that up as a result of clearly Leicester followers understand how a lot respect I’ve obtained for them, their homeowners and continually bigging them and what they do.

“However what I obtained to say, doing punditry from the gantry the place we have been, a few of the Leicester followers.

“What they have been doing calling Roy [Keane] ‘Irish C’, mouthing the phrases to me.

“They know what phrases they have been mouthing to me, you let yourselves down bro, huge time.

“Actually disenchanted, actually disenchanted on the day, what was a implausible day for Leicester Metropolis followers.

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Keane acknowledged {that a} part of Foxes supporters known as Keane an ‘Irish c***’Credit score: ITV

“Them followers in entrance of these children, throwing the stuff down what they have been doing, mouthing and shouting what they have been shouting, disgraceful behaviour.

“Leicester shouldn’t be appearing like that, sure followers you don’t characterize Leicester.”

The FA Cup holders instantly responded to his publish, as they stated: “Thanks for not letting this move Ian Wright.

“We might welcome your assist in figuring out these concerned to allow them to be held to account. We wholeheartedly condemn all types of discrimination.”

Wright additionally backed his beloved Gunners’ pursuit of Leicester playmaker James Maddison as Mikel Arteta seems to convey him to the Emirates.

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