Wigan Warriors have suspended prop Tony Clubb whereas they maintain an investigation into an alleged racist remark made throughout their win in opposition to Hull FC.
Child put the incident, which occurred within the 34th minute, on report earlier than the match continued.
“Equality matters, and Wigan and Hull FC are united in this message,” a joint Wigan and Hull assertion stated.
“Both clubs have discussed the matter and are in dialogue with the Rugby Football League, who will review and investigate the incident through the normal match review and disciplinary process.”
In the assertion, Wigan government director Kris Radlinski stated that the membership was taking Savelio’s accusations “very seriously”.
“Our immediate intention is to work closely with Hull and the governing body to gather all the facts and support the investigation process that is in place,” he stated.
“In the short term, Tony Clubb will be suspended from all club activities. Tony’s evidence will be taken into consideration by all parties moving forward and his welfare will remain a responsibility of Wigan Warriors throughout the investigation.”
After the sport, which Wigan won 16-14 to take care of their 100% document this season in Super League, Savelio stated on social media that he was the recipient of the abuse and he would “not sit quietly” on the difficulty.
“I’m hopeful a camera or microphone clocked it and it’s dealt with,” he stated.
Hull FC chief government James Clark added: “Andre has the full support of everyone at our club and we will work hard to ensure this incident is thoroughly investigated and that his voice can be heard.”
On Thursday, the Rugby Football League stated it could join football’s social media boycott this weekend to deal with abuse and discrimination, with the game’s governing physique and its main golf equipment and gamers collaborating.