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Judge Tonking said: "What became obvious as the evidence unfolded, however, is that from time to time, despite denials to the contrary, both Mr Brown and his son Ashley Barker were involved in acts of racial aggression towards members of Mr Khan's family."
Khan, described by a Muslim colleague as a respected, religious and helpful person, was also found guilty of wounding Mr Brown's son, Ashley Barker, during the fight.
Outside the court, Mr Brown's widow Julia said she felt justice had not been done.
She said: "At the end of the day, it should have been murder not manslaughter.
"If he did not have the intention to go out and murder he should not have taken the knife out.
"Everybody feels sorry for that family but what have we been through? "No, justice has not been done. None."