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Chelsea banned four fans from attending their matches after scandal with Sterling

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Chelsea have banned four fans from attending their matches while the investigation is still ongoing about insulting Manchester City’s winger Raheem Sterling on racial grounds.

Earlier on Monday, The Telegraph reported that Chelsea identified their fan, who became famous throughout the country by being caught in a camera lens during a live broadcast from Stamford Bridge.

It was reported that the Blues transferred that information to the police, and they detained and interrogated the fan. However, that fan wasn’t the only one who insulted Raheem when he was going to perform a corner.

In Chelsea’s official statement it goes about four fans who were punished by the ban on visiting the matches of the club. So far, this prohibition applies to the investigation period, but if the guilt is proved, these four fans can hardly see the Blues players at Stamford Bridge again.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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