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Haringey Borough FC speak out after racist abuse on pitch

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Haringey Borough FC speak out after racist abuse on pitch

Haringey Borough FC speak out after racist abuse on pitch

Haringey Borough players walked off the pitch as an FA Cup fourth qualifying round match was later abandoned because of racist abuse.

Visiting Yeovil Town fans threw insults at Haringey goalkeeper Valery Pajetat and defender Coby Rowe, sparking a mass walk-off by the home team - the first time such action has been taken in this country.

The Football Association promising to investigate 'as a matter of urgency', with the incident coming less than a week after England trio Raheem Sterling, Tyrone Mings and Marcus Rashford were abused in Bulgaria Report by Khanomh.

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