St Albans City probe after post-match incident involving visiting goalkeeper

PUBLISHED: 17:49 17 November 2008 | UPDATED: 13:46 06 May 2010

ST ALBANS City are conducting an investigation after allegations that Hayes and Yeading goalkeeper Delroy Preddie was the subject of derogatory remarks at Clarence Park. The goalkeeper was hauled away by several of his team-mates after confronting a group

ST ALBANS City are conducting an investigation after allegations that Hayes and Yeading goalkeeper Delroy Preddie was the subject of derogatory remarks at Clarence Park.

The goalkeeper was hauled away by several of his team-mates after confronting a group of fans after Saturday's 1-1 draw.

The club is urging anybody who has any information about the incident to contact Club Secretary Steve Eames as soon as possible. All calls and e-mails will be treated with the utmost discretion. Anybody with any information should ring 01727 864296.

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