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Birmingham striker Dwight Yorke has claimed he was the subject of racist taunts during his side's draw at Blackburn on Sunday.
The former Rovers striker informed Blues boss Steve Bruce that he was abused by two home supporters as he warmed up before coming on as a late substitute.
Birmingham City have condemned alleged racist abuse suffered by striker Dwight Yorke against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
The Trinidad and Tobago man was forced to confront a supporter during Blues' clash against Rovers after being on the receiving end of a volley of abuse.
Birmingham City plc chairman David Sullivan claims the Dwight Yorke race rumpus has been blown out of all proportion.
The Blues supremo feels only a tiny minority of supporters were to blame and he does not believe that racism is rife in English football.
Stern John had stern words for Birmingham owner David Sullivan following his failure to stand by Dwight Yorke, while Shaka Hislop is hoping the recent racist taunts are just an ignorant minority.
Sullivan's amazing response to Yorke's situation was to state that the Blues striker should have warmed up at the other end of the ground - effectively running away from the racist jibes.