Fulham have released a statement following the alleged racial abuse at Aboubakar Kamara on social media. The Cottagers have vowed in their statement that they will take ‘the strongest possible action’ to find and penalise those responsible.
Kamara missed a penalty in Fulham’s 1-0 win over Huddersfield town last week. The forward received many criticism after he failed to let designated penalty taker Aleksandar Mitrovic have the spot-kick. His boss Claudio Ranieri was angry with the forward after the game. “He did not respect me, the club, team-mates and crowd.”
Despite Fulham grabbing a vital 1-0 win in the battle against relegation, Kamara received abusive posts. A statement read: “We are aware that numerous damaging and hurtful comments have been posted on Aboubakar Kamara’s social media account. The club will provide all necessary support and will take the strongest possible action against those identified and responsible for these posts.”