Nottingham Forest ‘actively working with police’ to identify individuals responsible for homophobic abuse reported during Brighton clash

Nottingham Forest were beaten 3-2 by Brighton in an end-to-end Premier League contest at the City Ground on November 25. The game was overshadowed by reports of homophobic chanting, though, with Forest admitting that a minority of their fans aimed abuse at Brighton players and supporters - as per BBC Sport.

Forest will now await the findings of the investigation before any possible sanctions are imposed. Steve Cooper's side are due back in Premier League action at home to Everton on December 2, while Brighton are set to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge a day later.


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