Arsenal and england winger Beth Mead says there is no location for chants in soccer, in either the men’s or women’s game.
The event was marred by reports of chanting, although manchester United beat Liverpool 2-0 from their first ever Women’s Super League meeting on Saturday.
The FA are currently investigating the claims of Liverpool that director Vicky Jepson – alongside the club in general – was targeted by the United supporters.
United state they will investigate and are conscious of the allegations.
Mead is currently starting on Saturday with Brazil, also says the chants are a subject of discussion one of the Lionesses.
”Its disappointing and we don’t want it coming to the women’s match, but there’s no room for this in either the men’s or women’s game,” Mead said.
”It is very little minded of us do that and people develop for the love of football not to the stupid stuff coming out of peoples mouths.
”I really hope it has been proven and it doesn’t happen again since it’s not what us as players, staff or anybody wants in the women’s’ game.”

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