Blues supporters condemned for disgraceful behaviour.
Chelsea fans are being royally grilled on Wednesday morning after the recast behaviour of some of their fans has drawn criticism.
Seen kicking a black man off a metro train after the club’s 1-1 draw with Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League and singing about how racist they are, pressure has mounted on the hierarchy to identify the supporters and hit them with banning orders.
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Football fans and journalists everywhere have taken to Twitter to register their disgust and increase the pressure on the Blues, and you can see the reactions for yourself below.
I know <that> Chelsea clip doesn't represent all, but society <is> football. Dangers of not punishing Chelsea's racist talisman clear today
— James McMahon (@jamesjammcmahon) February 18, 2015
Not all Chelsea fans are racist. But most racist football fans are probably Chelsea fans
— Reubs (@MarcoReubs) February 18, 2015
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) February 18, 2015
Its great to hear Chelsea will ban anyone found guilty of racism from their ground for life. pic.twitter.com/ETTObUGE50
— Huw G (@ed_son) February 18, 2015
That video of Chelsea Fans is just an unbelievably disgusting & terrifying thing to see / hear … Lost for Words tbh … Inhumane.
— Jessica Fishlock (@JessFishlock) February 18, 2015
Chelsea what you gonna do?Your club as been linked to racism for so long!What have you done?Put a couple of signs up in your ground? #ActNOW
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) February 18, 2015
— HuffPostUK Pictures (@HuffPostUKPics) February 18, 2015
— LION (@Ali_Lion_) February 18, 2015
— Darren Hamer (@DarrenHamer) February 18, 2015
Just watched video showing #Chelsea fans refusing to let another passenger on the train due to his skin colour – feel sick to the stomach.
— Jane Lewis (@JaneLewisSport) February 18, 2015