Dundee United have handed their findings to Police Scotland after finishing their very own inside investigation into the alleged racist abuse of midfielder Jeando Fuchs by a Ross County supporter.
The Cameroonian claimed the incident occurred as he celebrated United’s profitable aim at Tannadice final Saturday. At full-time, supervisor Tam Courts held up a ‘Present Racism the Purple Card’ t-shirt in entrance of the visiting County followers.
Ross County have been adamant there was no racial abuse, with supervisor Malky Mackay and chief govt Stephen Ferguson each saying that United stewards within the stand had confirmed none had taken place.
Nevertheless, United have issued an replace after finishing up their very own “rigorous” inquiry this week.
An announcement on their web site learn: “Dundee United have accomplished a rigorous and full investigation into the allegation of racial abuse in direction of Jeando Fuchs and in addition tried to establish the particular person(s) accountable.
“Our findings have been handed onto the SPFL and Police Scotland and we await any additional replace. We wish to thank supporters of each golf equipment who got here ahead voluntarily to supply invaluable and important detailed details about the incident. We additionally thank the match officers for his or her skilled and compassionate dealing with of the incident.
“Jeando was visibly upset by what he heard and has been absolutely supported by the membership all through the method. He wish to categorical his gratitude to everybody who has proven help to him and his household.
“We discover racism and all types of discriminatory behaviour in direction of gamers, workers, officers and/or spectators fully unacceptable and in any occasion when one in every of our gamers feels the necessity to strategy the bench and/or the officers to complain about racial feedback, we’ll examine absolutely.
“Dundee United will proceed to face up in opposition to racist behaviour and can use our privileged place as a number one group membership to unfold the message that soccer is for all.
“Whether or not by taking the knee, schooling by way of range coaching, supporting the month of motion by SRTRC or by merely elevating a ‘Present Racism the Purple Card’ t-shirt, we’ll do what we predict is correct to boost consciousness that racism is just not acceptable.”
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