The Met Police has dropped its inquiry into claims referee Mark Clattenburg used "inappropriate language" towards Chelsea player John Obi Mikel because of a lack of evidence. However, the FA's investigation is ongoing.
Peter Herbert, Chairman of the Society of Black Lawyers - the group which referred to the complaint to the Metropolitan Police - told ITV News he was disappointed that police had not informed him before announcing that their investigation had been dropped.
The Football Association is expected to reach a decision this week on whether referee Mark Clattenburg will face charges following claims he used "inappropriate language" towards John Obi Mikel.
Chelsea submitted a dossier of evidence to the FA alleging Clattenburg used a term understood to have been interpreted as racist during the Premier League match against Manchester United on October 28.
Clattenburg, seen below near his home today, denies the accusations against him.