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Derby blame 'insensitive and distasteful' minority of fans
Derby County have issued a formal apology after a section of their fans sang "insensitive and distasteful" songs about the late Nottingham Forest owner Nigel Doughty during Tuesday's east Midlands derby at Pride Park.
The post-match talk was dominated by the chants about Doughty, who was found dead at his home at the age of 54 in February. A small section of the home support were heard to sing "where's your chairman gone?" and "you're going down with your chairman".
Derby said on Wednesday they were investigating the incident, and issued a statement reading: "Derby County Football Club wishes to formally apologise to the family of Nigel Doughty, Nottingham Forest Football Club and... [via Guardian - Football]