Stephen Bradley said he would get in touch with the law enforcement after a Cork Metropolis supporter chanted a “disgusting” music about his son.
The Shamrock Rovers manager was focused by household supporters singing from the off-industry space in the course of his submit-match responsibilities soon after his workforce missing 1- to Metropolis at Turners Cross.
Bradley’s nine-12 months-aged son battled leukemia and served Rovers raise the league trophy previous yr.
“It can be disgusting. I am going to connect with the law enforcement,” Bradley said.
“Singing about my son… As a soccer player, it is really your responsibility to decide up the stick. That’s your task, and that’s alright.
“But conversing about unwell 9-12 months-olds is disgusting and the City of Cork really should be ashamed of them. I want them completely banished.”
“That has no put in soccer or in society. It can be a horrible act.”
Cork Town instantly issued an apology on Twitter, stating: “Cork Metropolis FC regrets the actions of a few people today who took offense at Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley from exterior the stadium shortly soon after tonight’s game. I want to apologize frankly,” he reported.
“The club will do the job with all pertinent authorities to identify these included and just take correct motion versus them.
“On behalf of the club, I would like to apologize to Mr Bradley for the perform of these folks.”
Bradley also blamed the referee for owning a few Rovers players sent off by referee Sean Grant in the 1- decline.
Richie Towell, Johnny Kenny and Sean Hoare received crimson cards, with the latter two receiving back-to-again yellow cards.
“It can be uncomfortable. The officials are the worst I’ve ever noticed, really,” Bradley added.
“Considering the fact that the commencing of the year, I’ve tried using to maintain quiet about this, but tonight I’m actually worried about those people four officers.
“That shouldn’t be the standard of refereeing in this league. We have a enormous crowd right here tonight and he is ruining it.
“He despatched off five players in two game titles against us. I won’t be able to think Drogheda tonight, but not only him, the fourth referee and the linesman.
“I sense like there are managers conversing about this every week, but they genuinely need to have to appear into it due to the fact the standards are unbelievable.
“They do not communicate to you. Their conceitedness is unbelievable. It can be a disgrace. It really is a shame. They want to appear.”
“The supervisor seems to be chatting about this every single week, but how can we all be erroneous. This is not about Shamrock Rovers, Derry or Dundalk.”