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Chelsea will not be punished for ‘anti-semitic songs’ in Europa League duel

Chelsea will not be punished for the racist statements from supporters of the London club during the Europa League duel with the Hungarian club MOL Vidi FC, the UEFA Thursday determined.

The European football association decided to open a criminal case against Chelsea to start, after the ethical committee of the UEFA, a survey was completed to anti-semitic songs of a group of fans of Chelsea.

The offending songs were sung during the opening phase of the match against Rwanda, on 13 december in 2-2 it ended. They were addressed to the address of supporters of the London rival Tottenham Hotspur.

Chelsea, with Roman Abramovich a Jewish owner, responded shortly after the match with disgust at the racist behavior of its fans.

Chairman asked for supporters to Auschwitz to send

Chairman Bruce Buck of the London club asked for supporters not only to impose on them, but they are also on a mandatory excursion to the former Auschwitz concentration camp.

Chelsea placed a week ago for the eighth finals of the Europa League. The team of coach Maurizio Sarri won the return against the Swedish Malmö with 0-3, after the heenwedstrijd at Stamford Bridge with 2-1 was won.

In the last sixteen take ‘The Blues’ against Dinamo Kiev. The heenwedstrijd on march 7, played in London, and the return will follow a week later in Ukraine.

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