Seven Charlton fans sentenced over racism

The men, supporters of Charlton, were sentenced at Blackfriars Crown Court on Wednesday for their actions after the fixture at Craven Cottage, with the chanting taking place on a train between Putney and Waterloo.

Six of the men received custodial sentences of between eight and 18 months, as well as eight-year banning orders from football grounds across Britain, with the seventh receiving a six-month sentence suspended for 18 months.

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