Met Police confirm to Sky Sports News the investigation has been ongoing over the festive period with no arrests having yet been made.
Last Updated: 03/01/20 11:35am
Antonio Rudiger called for witnesses to come forward following the incident
The Tottenham Supporters’ Trust (TST) has called on the club and the Met Police to clarify what has been established by the investigation over alleged racist abuse directed at Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger.
The Germany international was seen indicating he had faced racist abuse during Chelsea’s 2-0 win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on December 22.
He imitated a monkey gesture, and it led to announcements in the stadium that racist behaviour was interfering with the game.
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Kick It Out head of development Troy Townsend believes more action needs to be taken against racism, which continues to ‘fester and flourish’ in football
The Met Police have confirmed to Sky Sports News that while no arrests have been made in connection with the alleged incidents, the…