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Eden Hazard joins behind Raheem Sterling in racism-riot with fans of Chelsea: For me, these are no supporters
Premier League “For me, these are not fans.” Eden Hazard takes on for Raheem Sterling. The English international took out after the top match between Chelsea and Manchester City that some fans of The Blues, him being racist were treated. Something the supporters in question now deny.

Saturday night at Stamford Bridge. Raheem Sterling wants to be in the clash against Chelsea a ball to pick up, but not too nice words from a few thuisfans to his head thrown. The player of Manchester City responded with a smile, but told after the race that the racist statements went. “I support him, because to be honest is Sterling is a fantastic player”, took Eden Hazard for Sterling. “I think that it is being investigated, so we do not know what can happen. The accused are fans, but for me, these are not fans. I think the real Chelsea fans to their club toezingen and just enjoy the contest. I support Raheem and this kind of racism cannot be tolerated in the stadium. If he has something to say, he says it also. If I, as a player in such a situation would come, I would also like to say something. It happens sometimes in football. Not only in England, but everywhere. It has to stop.”

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