Hibernian say that they are going to do”everything” that they can to recognize a supporter who did actually abuse Hearts’ Clevid Dikamona during Saturday’s Edinburgh derby in Easter Road.
Television pictures from the 1-0 Hearts win captured a property fan apparently shouting at the Congo international.
Pictures of this episode have propagate on societal networking, together with Hibs describing it as”unacceptable”.
Police Scotland say they are conscious of the alleged episode.
“The team is going to do everything we can to identify the individual concerned and we’ll need the proper action. It’s unacceptable,” said a club spokesman.
Hibernian midfielder Marvin Bartley, who wasn’t playing at the game, tweeted:”Result apart, consider me I am as hurt by today as you are but seeing one of your own’fans’ say this really is truly heartbreaking!”
The previous meeting between the sides has been mired in controversy after Hibernian manager Neil Lennon was hit by a coin at an bad tempered night in Tynecastle.
A man was later charged with assaulting an helper, while a punch was aimed at Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal.
“Regardless of what happened in the previous game I really do actually think we are winning,” said Budge.