Stan Collymore goes in on ‘Chelsea fans’ for racism and anti-Semitism

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The ex-England and Liverpool footballer Stan Collymore has called out ‘Chelsea fans’ on Twitter for racism and anti-Semitism.

Some Chelsea fans were accused of singing anti-Semitic chants during their most recent Europa League game against MOL Vidi (Guardian).

This comes after another group of Chelsea fans were being investigated after claims of racism made by Man City man Raheem Sterling (SkySports).

Chelsea have had a long history of incidents of racism and anti-Semitism over the years, something that Collymore points to in his Twitter argument.

He argues that Chelsea would not be the club they are today without the very groups of people they are allegedly targeting.

He also said the side would be ‘bang average’ if it weren’t for the influence of these groups.

Some Chelsea fans replied to Collymore’s tweet, stating that these few racism/anti-Semitic people do not speak for the entire club fan base, however the ex-footballer was having none of it.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Stan is right. He reportedly has an IQ way, way above average, although he can’t spell. It’s antisemitism (or anti-Semitism), not antisemetism. Also, one doesn’t need to use an expletive to get one’s point across.

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