Police say a number of people have called them over ball boy incident at Swansea V Chelsea game
POLICE said today they had received a number of calls about the incident involving ball boy Charlie Morgan at the Liberty Stadium.
Mr Morgan appeared to be kicked by Chelsea player Eden Hazar at the Capital One Cup semi-final between Swansea City and Chelsea at The Liberty Stadium last night.
The ball boy had appeared to be slow to return the ball to the player after it went out of play.
A spokesman for South Wales Police said "Three calls have been received from members of the public living in Sussex, Kent and West Wales which are being followed up.
"Officers have interviewed the ball boy concerned in the presence of his father and he does not wish to make any formal complaint.
"The boy did not sustain any injuries."
Mr Morgan's Twitter account, has risen from around 600 followers before the game to more than 87,000 due to the massive interest in the incident.
A statement placed on the Swansea City website on the night said: "South Wales Police interviewed the 17-year-old ball boy with his father after the game and neither wished to press any charges.
"It was an unfortunate incident which both parties regret being involved in.
"Chelsea invited the ball boy into the dressing room after the game to shake hands with Hazard and both parties apologised.
"The ball boy was very impressed with the welcome he received from the Chelsea players and as far as both clubs and individuals are concerned the matter is closed."
Hazard said: "The boy put his whole body onto the ball and I was just trying to kick the ball. I apologise.
"The ball boy came in the changing room and we had a quick chat and I apologised and the boy apologised as well, and it is over. Sorry."