Anti terror police have launched a probe after a warped Sunderland fan tweeted a sick threat to harm Portsmouth fans ahead of the game due to be held at Fratton Park in Portsmouth on Thursday.
Terror specialists are working with Hampshire Constabulary and Portsmouth football club after the sick tweet mentions those effected and involved in the Manchester terror attack.
Pictures above are of the man behind the sick tweet.
Many have taken to social media commenting about the vile threat and scores of people have also reported the matter to police.
The sick tweeter has since deleted his account.
Police say that enquires are continuing and they are working with both clubs.
Hampshire police have said :We are aware of threats made on social media regarding the football match between Sunderland and Portsmouth taking place in Portsmouth tomorrow, (Thursday).
We are looking into these posts and want to assure the public that a sufficient policing response will be in place for the match tomorrow and that we are working alongside Portsmouth FC.
Portsmouth football have announced that there will be enhanced security checks in place for tonight’s match after the threats were made to ‘kill 150 fans’.