Metropolitan Police officers are leading the investigation with the assistance of Avon and Somerset police.
Loizou said his players were visibly distraught after the episode on Saturday. We are never going to win it. The FA has not decided what punishment, if any, Yeovil Town will face and it could order the match to be replayed rather than disqualify Yeovil.More news: Trump abandons idea of hosting G7 summit at his Florida golf resort
Abuse against at least two Haringey players came on the same day that the Premier League and EFL launched a new campaign highlighting abuse in the domestic game. It was something that happened at the time and I felt I had to act. I haven't had a lot of sleep. I still thinks there's a lot that needs to be done but I'm glad I did what I did with my players. "We've had a lot of support from everybody, from other football clubs, friends and family".
Haringey and Yeovil were playing in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup, with the victor set to progress to the first round proper. Last night, both sides went into the draw for the First Round.
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"I don't know what's going to happen", he said.
All eyes are on the English Football Association as the country's governing body investigates claims of racial abuse during an FA Cup qualifying match.
"If we get punished and thrown out, I don't care. We are continuing to work with the relevant authorities on our investigation into the matter".More news: ‘Great Value’ Sausage Products Recalled For Potential Salmonella Risk
It was the first time such action has been taken by a professional or semi-professional football club in England, and comes just days after England players were bombarded with monkey chants during an global match in Bulgaria.