An investigation has been launched by Clyde Football Club after Cove Rangers defender Shay Logan claimed he had been the victim of racist abuse at Broadwood.
On social media, Logan listed four abusive comments alleged to have been aimed at him during Cove’s 1-0 cinch League One victory, with one of them racist.
Writing on his Twitter account, the former Aberdeen full-back headed his post with laughing emojis and added: “When you upset Clyde fans because your mum chose a black man.”
The 33-year-old added the hashtags “#Kickitout” and “#BlackandProud”.
Clyde were quick to respond following Logan’s comments.
A statement from the Cumbernauld side read: “The club has been made aware of an accusation of a racist comment being made during today’s cinch League One match at Broadwood.
“Clyde Football Club will not tolerate or condone racist, sectarian, sexual or bigoted harassment or other discriminatory behaviour, whether physical or verbal, and will ensure that such behaviour is met with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs.
“The club has tonight instigated an investigation into this matter.”