Fulham report racist abuse of Kebano

English Championship outfit Fulham have described racist messages on social media directed towards winger Neeskens Kebano to the police.

Kebano was subjected to the abuse, which involved racist words and emojis, on Instagram subsequent the Cottagers’ 1- defeat to Sheffield United on Monday.

The 29-12 months-previous shared screenshots of messages on his Instagram tale and reported: “Don’t worry men, I am fine, I just needed to expose the person, points like that you should not have an effect on me at all.

“I know who are the real types.”

The Championship club verified on Tuesday that the subject has been referred to the Metropolitan Law enforcement.

“Fulham Soccer Club is let down to study that a person of our players was the recipient of deplorable racist abuse on social media final night, next our match from Sheffield United,” they stated in a statement.

“We stand firmly with him and will be doing the job with him to supply all the assistance he requires.

“In the meantime, we will also refer the subject to the law enforcement and other pertinent authorities to make sure that it is dealt with properly.

“Fulham is an open and inclusive club and does not tolerate racism or discrimination in any kind.”

Information Makanany