UEFA are poised to launch an investigation into the alleged racial abuse suffered by members of the Holland team during a training session in Krakow.
Members of Bert van Marwijk's European Championship squad were allegedly subjected to monkey chants during an open training session on Wednesday, with captain Mark van Bommel branding the incident 'a real disgrace'.
Uefa confirmed that there were "isolated incidents of racist chanting" aimed at Netherlands players during an open training session.
UEFA confirmed on Thursday they had 'no plans' to launch a probe into events at the Stadion Miejski - the home of Wisla Krakow - because the Dutch FA had told them they 'did not believe the abuse was racially motivated'.
But in an apparent U-turn, European football's governing body acknowledged Holland's black players were the victims of racist abuse.
A statement read: 'UEFA has now been made aware that there were some isolated incidents of racist chanting that occurred at the open training session of the Dutch team.