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"Football is a huge influencer,so clubs must play their role in ending violence against women and educating young supporters by holding footballers accountable for misogynistic behaviour." A club statement on the sacking issued on Wednesday night said: "Leicester City Football Club has notified Tom Hopper, Adam Smith and James Pearson that their contracts with the club have been terminated.

"The decision follows the conclusion of an internal investigation and disciplinary proceedings, as a consequence of events that took place during the club's end-of-season goodwill tour of Thailand.

"The club will make no further comment on the investigation, its finding or outcomes." In an earlier statement the club said the players "would like to convey their sincere apologies for their behaviour - to the women involved in the incident, to the club and its owners, to the club's fans and to their families".

But Foxes fans and members of the Thai community called for the trio to be sacked.

The news was greeted on Twitter with widespread support from Foxes supporters.

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A leading women's group has backed Leicester City 's decision to axe three players who filmed themselves taking part in a vile orgy.

Tom Hopper, Adam Smith and James Pearson, son of Foxes boss Nigel, were seen laughing as they verbally abused three Thai girls, while they committed sex acts with them in a Bangkok hotel room.

The Sunday Mirror exclusively revealed the trio then shared the explicit videos - in which one of the players can be heard calling a woman a “slit eye” while his mates snigger at the racist jibe - with friends back in the UK.

The players were sent home from the Premier League club's goodwill tour of Thailand at the end of May while the video was investigated and were last night told their contracts were being terminated.

Polly Neate, Chief Executive of Women’s Aid, said: "Misogynistic behaviour underpins violence against women, and should not be tolerated in any community.

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