(Reuters) – Norwich City have condemned the racist abuse directed at gamers from each groups of their loss at Crystal Palace within the Premier League on Tuesday.
The Norfolk membership didn’t the identify the gamers concerned however Norwich striker Adam Idah shared a sequence of racist messages he obtained on social media following the sport at Selhurst Park that led to a 3-0 defeat for the Canaries.
“Following our recreation at Crystal Palace, the membership have been dissatisfied to study of each on-line racist feedback directed at a few of our gamers, in addition to alleged in-stadia racist feedback directed at opposing gamers by our supporters,” Norwich mentioned in a press release on Wednesday.
“The membership will proceed to assist these gamers affected, while demanding motion from social media firms to make sure that customers are held accountable … the membership have additionally reported the incident to Norfolk Police.”
Norwich added that one particular person had been recognized and an investigation was ongoing following the feedback aimed at Palace gamers.
Defeat at Palace deepened the relegation worries for Dean Smith’s aspect, who’re backside of the league with 10 factors from 19 video games – three adrift of Watford within the security zone having performed two video games greater than the London aspect.
(Reporting by Dhruv Munjal in Bengaluru; enhancing by Ken Ferris)