Norwich City v Watford: Pair charged with racist behaviour

Carrow Road stadium, home of Norwich City FC The two men were arrested during the game at Norwich's Carrow Road ground

Two football fans have been charged with racism offences following the Norwich City v Watford game at Carrow Road on Saturday.

Bronson Sims, 18, from Longwick, Buckinghamshire, and David Bonner, 46, from Wealdstone in London, were arrested in the away fans' section during Norwich's 3-0 victory.

They have been charged with racially aggravated threatening behaviour.

They are due to appear before Norwich Magistrates on 4 September.

Norwich City gave temporary bans to two Canaries fans pending an inquiry into alleged racist chanting during the match at Wolverhampton Wanderers on the opening day of the season.

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