Police to probe Sordell's claim that officers ignored racism

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THE Metropolitan Police are set to investigate Marvin Sordell's claim that officers ignored racist abuse directed at the Bolton striker.

Sordell took to Twitter on Saturday to allege that Millwall fans directed aimed at Darren Bratley, Benik Afobe and Lee Chung-Yong as they warmed up on the touchline at The Den.

And while Sordell has not made an official complaint to the police, his suggestion where to buy accutane uk that officers were "standing yards away and did nothing" has triggered a probe.

A police statement read: "No complaint has been made to police and we are not aware of any complaint to Millwall or match officials during or after the match."

Millwall, Bolton and the Football Association are already investigating the allegations and are set to scour CCTV footage for evidence.



One thought on “Police to probe Sordell's claim that officers ignored racism

  • October 8, 2012 at 17:41

    Will the accuser be punished if his story of events is proved to be false? How can one individual be allowed to try and make a club suffer the consequences of a racial abuse allegation, particularly without any evidence? Who the hell is next to gain favour with the gullible public, FIFA?

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