Norwich striker Cameron Jermone tweets first comments about alleged racist slur from Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci

Cameron Jerome of Norwich and Giuseppe Bellusci of Leeds United just after the Norwich player allege

Cameron Jerome of Norwich and Giuseppe Bellusci of Leeds United just after the Norwich player alleged the Leeds player made a racist comment. Photo: Paul Chesterton. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich striker Cameron Jermone has said he will 'have my time to speak' about his allegation that he was subject of a racist slur from Leeds defender Giuseppe Bellusci during last night's draw with Leeds.

The FA will now await referee Mark Clattenburg's full report of the first half flashpoint, after Norwich manager Neil Adams confirmed the two clubs had provided statements following the match.

In a series of tweets sent late last night, Jermone said: 'As all will know a allegation has been made by myself to the referee in which he made note of and will write it in his match report.

'On what was actually said would not be fair for me to say at this point but it will be a matter for the governing body to deal with.

'Will have my time to speak and say my versions of events but this evening and twitter is not the place to do so.'


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