Police probe racist abuse at Hartlepool
Tuesday 25 September 2012
Shrewsbury have revealed that the police and Football Association are to investigate allegations of racist abuse towards two of their players during Saturday's 2-2 draw at Hartlepool.
Marvin Morgan, who scored both the visitors' goals, and Jermaine Grandison were allegedly subjected to racist comments by a section of the home support in the first half at Victoria Park.
A club spokesman said: "We can confirm that Marvin Morgan and Jermaine Grandison were called into the referee's room where discussions took place at half-time on Saturday regarding racial comments directed at the players. The matter is now subject to a police and FA investigation."
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