FULHAM have vowed to take motion after Aboubakar Kamara suffered racist abuse on social media over his penalty spat.
The Frenchman refused to offer the ball to designated taker Aleksandar Mitrovic in Saturday’s 1-Zero win over Huddersfield City, then noticed his effort saved.
Sick trolls on Instagram posted monkey and banana emojis and known as Kamara a “f****** black” in disgusting on-line posts.
A Fulham spokesperson stated: “We’re conscious that quite a few hurtful feedback have been posted on Aboubakar Kamara’s social media account.
“As a membership that prides itself on our respect and civility, we condemn anybody related to this repulsive exercise.
“The membership will present all needed help to Aboubakar and take the strongest attainable motion in opposition to these accountable.”
Some Fulham supporters booed Kamara after his penalty bust-up.
Livid boss Claudio Ranieri additionally claimed the ahead “disrespected” his supervisor, team-mates, followers and membership.
The Italian stated: “It isn’t attainable to clarify. He didn’t respect me, his teammates, the membership, the group.
“He desires to shoot and I converse a little bit with him.
“Mitrovic is the penalty taker, however he thought he was the person. He didn’t apologise.
“It was unimaginable to talk with this man. He doesn’t perceive the explanation. It’s the primary time in my life.”
However it’s unclear if the offending posts are from real Fulham followers, with many supporters hitting out on the on-line abuse.