Queens Park Rangers CEO, Lee Hoos, said it made his 'stomach turn' after seeing Kiyan Prince jibes after the 2-2 draw with Reading. 

Prince, just 15 at the time, was a talent with the West London outfit but was stabbed in 2006 after getting into an altercation with another boy while trying to break up a fight.

He left a huge impact on the R's community, and the stadium- traditionally known as Loftus Road- was named the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium from 2019 until 2022.

Thames Valley Police have opened an investigation and 'would encourage anyone with info to contact us quoting reference 43230022979.'

In a club statement, Hoos said: "It seems to be a sad state of affairs that many football clubs have people purporting to be supporters who conduct themselves in a way that is absolutely sickening.

“I am fortunate to know Kiyan’s father Mark very well and it makes my stomach turn that he would have to see something like this.

“I sincerely hope the individual concerned is identified and punished for their actions. I am also in no doubt that Reading Football Club and its genuine supporters will be as disgusted as we are by this.”

Reading FC have been approached for comment.