Fulham state they are going to take the”strongest possible actions” afterwards forward Aboubakar Kamara was racially abused on societal networking after Saturday’s win over Huddersfield.
Kamara, 23, missed a penalty after refusing to provide designated penalty-taker Aleksandar Mitrovic the chunk.
He had been mistreated on line following the Premier League match, which Fulham won 1-0 thanks to an overdue Mitrovic goal.
In an announcement, Fulham described the comments as”negative and hurtful”.
“As a club that prides itself on our admiration and civility, we all know anyone who may be associated with this particular repulsive activity,” said a club spokesperson.
“This really is not representative in minimal of genuine Fulham supporters, lots of whom have submitted messages of support and encouragement into this player.
“The club will offer all essential support to Aboubakar and will require the strongest possible actions against people identified and responsible for all these posts.”
Subsequent to the match, Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri said he”wished to kill” Kamara and accused him disrespecting everybody else at the club.
However, Mitrovic defended the Frenchman, saying:”He is a striker; he is thirsty for goals also. He scored his final penalty.
“It is normal. He is young. These types of things could occur. You want to take care of eachother.”