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Chelsea bans fans after Raheem Sterling 'racially abused'

12 December 2018, 11:50 | Tracey Rhodes

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Video circulated on social media during Saturday's Premier League match between the clubs at Stamford Bridge that appeared to show a Chelsea fan directing a racial slur at Sterling as the England worldwide retrieved the ball from the byline.

The Professional Footballers' Association was critical of media's portrayal of Sterling, saying the England global and former Liverpool player was often singled out.

A Chelsea spokesman said: "Our investigations into this matter are ongoing".

Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police have said they are investigating the incident.

"If there is evidence of ticket-holders taking part in any racist behavior, the club will issue severe sanctions, including bans. We will also fully support any criminal
prosecutions".

Meanwhile, Gary Neville, who worked with Sterling during his time as assistant to former England boss Roy Hodgson, said the abuse at Chelsea is far from the first time the City man has borne the brunt of vitriolic public criticism.

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Manchester City issued a statement welcoming the suspensions and said they were "fully engaged" with Chelsea and investigating authorities.

Manchester United travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in the Premier League next Sunday and this Liverpool vs Man United game which has been the face of English football for many a season.

In his social media response to the abuse, Sterling referred to separate headlines about City team-mates Tosin Adarabioyo and Phil Foden buying houses.

The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) said harsh treatment that Sterling was receiving from the media was fuelling racism on the terraces, reports of which had increased from last season.

"The perception [of Sterling] of people who buy newspapers or read media stuff online is "here is a young flash black kid from London".

"I didn't cope with him at all, which is really frustrating because you want to perform well against the best players in the world".

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It's a shame and disgraceful, if that is the case, if Raheem did suffer abuse at Stamford Bridge.

One of the suspended Chelsea supporters has admitted directing abuse at Sterling but said the vitriol was "not racist in nature".

In many respects, I much prefer the overt racism now to the racism we went through in the last 10 years whereby we are being told that it doesn't exist so, therefore, let's get on with it.

Earlier this month, Arsenal's Gabonese star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also became a victim of racism in football.

He finished the post with: "So for all the newspapers that don't understand why people are racist in this day and age all I have to say is have a second thought about fair publicity an (d) give all players an equal chance".

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