FIFA should take action to 'hate-throws' during matches

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It is evident that club fans display their anger on the pitch during an ongoing match by either throwing hate words or items which may end up hurting players.

Such incidences appear severally with immediate action being taken against the perpetrators, but much needs to be done in terms of setting regulations governing the conduct of fans and what should be done if such incidences occur.

On Friday, a similar incident was reported during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Southampton.

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker was seen picking up two plastic bottles from his goal post appeared to have been thrown by fans aiming at him.

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This followed Jordan Henderson celebration of Liverpool's third goal in a 3-1 win at St Mary's, 

Reports indicate that Southampton are likely to face an FA probe after the two bottles were thrown at Alisson Becker.

Other incidences have been reported from various clubs including Arsenal, Manchester Unite, Liverpool, Tottenham among other clubs, where fans express their anger by throwing objects or hate words to players.

In Kenya, Premier League topflight Gor Mahia fans are denoted with a similar character of causing chaos during the match in which their team loses. 

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They used to throw stones in the pitch but the trait has since disappeared after several interventions by the authority and stakeholders.

A 2017-research by Quora shows that fans from different teams hate each other due to the groups they hold and believes in their views.

This is what is happening in today's football. Fans gets angry at each other, throwing objects or hate words to players of the opposite team.

FIFA should therefore look into this matter deeply and come up with a solution.

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