The English top club Chelsea FC has fallen for anti-Semitic chanting of its supporters to the attention of the European football Union Uefa. The Association announced on Tuesday that an investigation into the incidents in the Europa League game was launched at FC Vidi/Hungary (2:2) and mid-January, and results should be presented.

In the past week, the Fans of the Blues were noticed for the second Time in a matter of days negative, as they sang anti-Semitic chants. Before the game against Manchester City, the English midfielder Raheem Sterling Chelsea had been addressed in the League-supporters racist. Four people have now been occupied with preliminary stadium bans, the police determined.

“The club and the overwhelming majority of our Fans abhor anti-Semitism and any kind of racial or religious hatred”, said a club spokesman, immediately after the Europa League match: “This has no place at Chelsea or in any of our communities.”


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