European football's governing body has confirmed that it is aware of the claims, but on Friday night it was waiting to assess reports from both the Uefa delegate at the game and the referee, the Italian Antonio Damato, before taking any action against FK Rabotnicki.
Related ArticlesRoy Hodgson hails David NgogFK Rabotnicki 0 Liverpool 2Jovanovic: I was right to snub RealReality strikes for HodgsonT?z: Torres should join CitySpain basks in golden age of conquestA spokesman for Uefa said: 'We are aware of the matter but we are waiting for the reports from the delegate and the referee.'
Once Uefa have assessed the reports, a disciplinary case could be opened against FK Rabotnicki.
Though the chants were not audible in all parts of the stadium unlike the sustained abuse directed at the Greek international Sotirios Kyrgiakos for his nationality - and were certainly not widespread, Macedonian football has experienced problems with racism before.
Emile Heskey, Ashley Cole and Sol Campbell were subjected to abuse during an England international in Skopje in 2003.