Investigation over 'racist abuse' at Charlton match
Allegations of racism have been made following Charlton's defeat to Birmingham City in London on Saturday.
A supporter in the home end is believed to have aimed the abuse at a Charlton player. The incident was reported to match stewards and a suspect was handed over to local police officers.
It took place just after the final whistle in the 2-0 defeat to Birmingham.
The club responded shortly afterwards with a statement saying the suspect a identified, ejected from the stadium and given to police. It said an investigation will look into the allegations.
It added: "The club takes these allegations extremely seriously and adopts a zero tolerance policy against racist behaviour."
Charlton left-back Cedric Evina was understood to have made allegations of racism from supporters on social network Twitter after the match. The tweet has since been deleted.