Port Vale have imposed an “indefinite ban” on a teenage supporter for racially abusing Leyton Orient goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux.
The ban takes speedy impact, whereas Vale mentioned in a press release that there’s an ongoing police investigation.
“The person who despatched the message has been interviewed by police and is now being handled by the felony justice system,” mentioned the membership.
“Vale proprietor Carol Shanahan additionally made contact with the participant to apologise.”
The social media put up got here after Vale’s 3-2 League Two win over Orient in Burslem on 2 October.
Former Liverpool trainee Vigouroux, 27, shared screenshots of abusive messages he obtained after the sport on his personal Twitter account.
“Soccer, such a stupendous sport ruined by individuals like this,” he mentioned.
Vale additionally retweeted a put up from Orient’s account displaying a photograph of Vigouroux and the phrases “hate will not win”.
“Nobody ought to face racist abuse in any circumstances, we’re all with you Loz,” Leyton Orient tweeted.
On seeing the message, Vale rapidly issued a press release through social media to reiterate their zero tolerance stance “to all types of abuse”.
Vale’s assertion added: “We want to thank colleagues at Leyton Orient for his or her assist in coping with this matter as swiftly as attainable.
“Each golf equipment want to reiterate our zero tolerance stance to abuse of any form and thank followers who condemned the person liable for the message and supplied assist to the participant.”