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Chelsea FC has been in the forefront in the fight against racism during the Black Lives Matter movement after George Floyd-the murder in the UNITED states.
the Premier League club has among other things published a picture of a kneeling spillertrup on træningsanlægget, Cobham, as well as a clear statement that 'enough is enough - together we are stronger'.
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Before training to Cobham this morning, the Chelsea players and coaching staff formed the letter H, for the humans, and knelt in a show of support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
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Enough is enough. Together we are stronger.
But Chelsea struggle against racism can blade a bit hollow, for it in The Athletic, it has emerged that four former Chelsea players have pulled the PL-giants in court for just the racism.
There is no set names of the four plaintiffs, but it is clear that the charges against Chelsea are serious.
The Athletic type, to the former players describe træningmiljøet in Chelsea in the 80'ies and 90'ies as a 'preposterous environment, where black players were treated like dogs'.
One of the plaintiffs has since been diagnosed with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder, ed.) due to the daily racist culture in the club.
The Athletic type, that Chelsea FC has hired the law firm Keoghs, which has previously defended the football club Crewe Alexandra and the catholic church in cases of sexual abuse.
Chelsea's own attacking Tammy Abraham (in the foreground th) have been subjected to racism - however, the club's fans. Photo: Pete Nicholls/Ritzau Scanpix
the Cases dating from the 1980's and 90's, and it is particularly the former youth coach at Chelsea Gwyn Williams who is accused of being behind the racist tilsvininger of the players, and to have created a sort of 'mini apartheid' in the daily training.
The Athletic forward to know that at least 10 former Chelsea players, who today is in the 40's and 50's, is getting ready for a legal action against the club.
Keoghs strategy so far has been to get the players to bring proceedings directly against Gwyn Williams instead of Chelsea.
But now there is a devoted retsdatoer to four former players who, in 2022 in the high court against Chelsea.
In recent times, both Manchester City, Raheem Sterling and the club's own angrebsprofil Tammy Abraham was exposed to racist chants from the so-called Chelsea fans.
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