No Charges Against Chelsea Supporter Accused Of Racially Abusing Raheem Sterling

The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust notes that the Chelsea supporter who was vilified by the media for allegedly racially abusing Raheem Sterling when Chelsea played Man City last December, will not be prosecuted by the Crown Prosecution Service due to a lack of evidence of any racial abuse.

We are clearly very disappointed that the speed with which both the club and the media pre-judged the supporter led to his season ticket being withdrawn and in addition, the loss of his job due to the ensuing media frenzy based on unproven allegations.

We will be lobbying the club to ask for the reinstatement of the supporter’s season ticket as well as the three other supporters whose season tickets were withdrawn at that time.

Liverpool and Chelsea remembering Hillsborough

For those attending the game on Sunday, please note that a minute’s silence will be held at the game between Liverpool and Chelsea as the clubs come together to remember the victims of the Hillsborough tragedy.

For details, please read the article from the Chelsea website.

https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2019/04/12/liverpool-and-chelsea-remembering-hillsborough