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Chelsea and Premier League criticised “tragedy chanting” after Liverpool’s match

Chelsea and Premier League criticised “tragedy chanting” after Liverpool’s match

Chelsea condemned the offensive chanting from sections of their home support around Stamford Bridge during their goalless draw against Liverpool.

Some fans at the game could be heard directing a taunt towards visiting supporters, relating to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, that the club said: "Have no place in football."

Chants were also directed at former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher, relating to an incident in 2018 where he was filmed spitting at a passing car.





Chelsea FC condemns the inappropriate chants heard from some home fans during this evening's game. Such hateful chanting has no place in football and we apologize to anyone offended by them.

The Premier League criticises the tragedy chants heard tonight at an essential match between Chelsea and Liverpool. The league has been taking this incident very seriously and seeking to identify the people involved while also trying to address it with both clubs.