- The Football Association warned supporters that use of such words could result in either a banning order or even criminal charges
- Tottenham Hotspur responded by announcing they would send a questionnaire to all season ticket holders asking if the practice should stop
- Fans reacted defiantly to the FA's statement on Saturday as they chanted the word, and "We'll sing what we want" throughout the 2-0 win over Norwich
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