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Submitted by no_more_heroes 656d ago | news

Chelsea 'regrets' ref abuse probe

ESPNFC:

Chelsea expressed "regret" but stopped short of apologizing to Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg after accusing him of racism in a case that was later dropped by the authorities. (Chelsea, English Premier League)

PS4OUR  +   655d ago
Joke of a club. Really, Chelsea is pathetic run by a dictator.
Kos-Mos  +   655d ago
How can this be??? The fans of this site supported chelsea 100% in this case and were 110% sure the accusations were valid. Were they all wrong? I don`t understand anything.
momthemeatloaf  +   655d ago
Rafa Benitez is here to save the day lol
Leio  +   655d ago
Just dont mess with the system
karim  +   652d ago
A black player complained, they had to do what they had to do..The end.
cheapness1  +   652d ago
actually black and Spanish players told by unknown source that they were abused and club complained but yar let's let it slide...
karim  +   652d ago
Erm, Ramires told Mikel and Mikel went to confront Clattenburg (the rest is unknown). Check the FA statement
silvacrest  +   652d ago
what difference does it make if hes black or rainbow colored?

discrimination should be called out no matter who its directed at, in this instance, the info given was incorrect
karim  +   651d ago
The info is incorrect, but Chelsea just can't be blamed for following the protocol
PaPa-Slam  +   652d ago
Just like what Karim said, Chelsea is not to be blamed here, there was no way for them to know if the player was lying or not.

They had to move on & file a complain.

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