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'Race Hate' Investigation at Argyle
2:42pm 7th February 2012
(Updated 2:42pm 7th February 2012)
A man has been arrested over racial abuse allegations at Plymouth Argyle.
It is amid claims of offensive chants during Saturday's match with Southend.
A 33 year old local man has been bailed.
In a statement the club says, "We operate a very clear policy of zero tolerance towards any form of unacceptable discrimination whether it is based upon race, creed, religion or sexual orientation. Any form of discrimination has never been, and never will be, tolerated at Home Park".
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