Livingston contacted Celtic after defender Ayo Obeli was racially abused in Saturday’s Premier League game.
that News agency A journalist claimed that a Celtic fan shouted racist terms at Obeli during Saturday’s league game at Celtic Park, which ended in a 0-0 draw.
The abuse allegedly occurred when Obeli returned to the field after an injury check in the second half.
Obeli was later sent off for denouncing Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi in an incident outside the ball in the penalty area.
Livingston’s assistant manager Marvin Bartley, who himself has been subjected to online racist abuse this season, responded to the allegations Saturday night in a tweet saying: “It is important that no football club is vilified by a single racist person inside the stadium today!
“When we took the knee at the start of the match we were applauded from all angles and this is the memory I will take away from the match.
Now is the time to find the culprit.
Sky Sports News Contact Celtic and Livingston for comment.
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