Morton have launched an investigation into alleged racist abuse from dwelling followers at Cappielow.
The Championship membership are trying into a attainable incident involving their very own assist throughout Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Ayr United.
Two followers have been thrown out of the game and the membership have begun a probe into racist abuse against certainly one of their very own gamers.
A late away equaliser additionally value Gus MacPherson his job as Morton supervisor.
A membership assertion learn: “The club is aware of an alleged incident of racial abuse being shouted from the home support at one of our players during Saturday’s match against Ayr United at Cappielow.
“We are conscious that a female and male have been ejected from the stadium in the course of the game.
“Racism has no place in football, or wider society. As a club, we condemn all forms of racism, and any racist behaviour will not be tolerated.”
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