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Chelsea Ban Supporter Permanently Over Racial Abuse

Chelsea Football Club have always been against racism and abuse directed towards players. The Blues announced that they will be suspending four supporters from going to all Chelsea matches pending investigations. The incident happened on December 8, 2018, when Manchester City and England star Raheem Sterling was allegedly shouted at with a vicious racial slur by a group of Chelsea fans.

Stamford Bridge Lacks Atmosphere Even During Big Matches

For former Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell, Stamford Bridge resembles a “quiet stadium” which provides bleak atmosphere even during supposedly massive encounters. “Some stadiums get up for the big games more than others,” said Sidwell, who had a brief stint at the west London side back in the 2007-2008 season. “But generally, unless there’s real entertainment on the pitch, it’s a quiet stadium.”

Chelsea Legend John Terry Dismisses Retirement Rumours

Former Blues favourite John Terry has spurned reports of his retirement from professional football, saying he is considering all options on the table ahead of the upcoming season. Terry left Stamford Bridge to sign a one-year deal with Championship club Aston Villa last summer but following the Clarets’ failed bid to return to the English top flight, he has decided not to have his contract extended.