sport news Oldham Athletic chief allegedly racially abused during pre-season game

sport news Oldham Athletic chief allegedly racially abused during pre-season game
sport news Oldham Athletic chief allegedly racially abused during pre-season game
Oldham Athletic vow to take 'strongest possible action' after a racist comment was allegedly aimed at a club chief during a pre-season game at Ashton United on the same weekend as England stars Rashford, Saka and Sancho were abused Oldham Athletic reported a racial comment was aimed at one of their directors The League Two club is working with police to identify who made the comment Oldham vowed to take the 'strongest possible action' in a club statement The incident came on the same weekend as England's black players were abused

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League Two Oldham have vowed to take 'the strongest possible action' over an allegation of racist abuse at the club's first pre-season friendly against Ashton United.

The Latics are working with Greater Manchester Police to identify those responsible for comments made to a club director at the Hurst Cross Stadium, the home of their Northern Premier League Premier Division opponents, on Saturday.

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A statement on the club's official website said: 'It is

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