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Should Watford condemn the Troy Deeney chants that were made last night?
12:03pm Wednesday 3rd October 2012 in Sport
Some Hornets supporters have been in touch with the Watford Observer this morning to complain about chants made by a small minority of fans last night in relation to Troy Deeney.
A section of supporters at the Valley could be heard chanting 'He will stamp on your face, that boy Troy Deeney, he'll stamp on your face' and a similar song which starts with 'He hates the Police'.
Deeney was recently released from prison after serving two-and-a-half months of a ten-month sentence for affray following a fight outside a nightclub, where the striker was filmed punching one student and then kicking him on the ground before punching another.
The Hornets striker apologised to the victim, the club and its supporters and has been superb during his three appearances since his return; helping the club end their five-match winless run with back-to-back victories.
But several supporters have contacted our newspaper this morning to express their disgust at the behaviour of a small minority of fans last night and many believe the club should condemn the chants.