Chelsea ‘will use own stewards to eject racist fans’ against Tottenham at Wembley

CHELSEA will use their own stewards to eject racist fans when they take on Tottenham at Wembley, according to reports.

The Times says the Blues will have their own force in effect to kick out anyone signing antisemitic chants during the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg.

Chelsea will reportedly bring their own stewards to kick out racist fans when they play Spurs

Chelsea issued two statements condemning their own supporters last month but fear their warnings have had little effect.

Crystal Palace’s Andros Townsend was allegedly subject to abuse when he touched the ball during Chelsea’s 1-0 win last week.

A section of Blues fans were alleged to have used the Y-word in a song about Willian away to Watford four days earlier.

Chelsea blasted “brainless” supporters for antisemitic chanting in their Europa League clash against Vidi last month.

Photographs of the crowd show the footballer smile as the crowd yells
Photographs of the crowd show the Chelsea fan, circled, after the alleged abuse against Raheem Sterling last month

That came came just five days after England and Man City star Raheem Sterling was allegedly racially abused at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea have been in talks with Spurs since the draw was made two weeks ago.

The club have decided to bring in their own stewards and make use of the ones provided by Wembley.

Visiting stewards will have access to CCTV to identify offenders.

Blues owner Roman Abramovich has asked to be kept informed about his club’s battle against antisemitism.

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck last month wrote a letter in which he said the club will not rest until they stamp out discrimination.

SunSport told you last October how the club wants to send racist fans on educational trips to Nazi death camp Auschwitz.


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