Perth Glory fans in the infamous Shed at nib Stadium have been issued an ultimatum by the club and the Shed supporters group to clean up their language or risk eviction from the ground.
The warning comes after a string of complaints about vile language in the Shed.
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Glory Shed Supporters Club president Colin Sharland wrote to members last week, warning that use of bad language would result in a caution from security, then eviction if it continued and even a ban thereafter.
He said the foul chants were instigated by about 20 people.
Glory chief executive Paul Kelly said the club put up with some bad language but would not tolerate offensive chants.
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