Chelsea has banned a season

Chelsea has banned a season ticket holder for allegedly abusing Son

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Chelsea has suspended a season ticket holder indefinitely for hurling racist insults at Tottenham’s South Korean forward Son Heung-min during the 2-2 Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge.

In last Sunday’s stormy London derby, Son was subjected to sickening taunts from a member of the crowd.

Chelsea has banned the season ticket holder following an investigation.

“Following our statement this week on racist abuse at the Tottenham game last Sunday, Chelsea Football Club can confirm that it has identified and banned an indefinite season ticket holder,” the club said in a statement on Saturday.

Chelsea has previously issued life bans to fans who have been found guilty of racial abuse at Stamford Bridge.

Before the game, the Blues launched their latest initiative in the long-running No To Hate campaign. Sunday’s Spurs game, making it easier for spectators to report alleged abuse.

Chelsea believes that identifying a specific seat from which incidents occur or are reported will increase the likelihood of individuals being apprehended. “Any form of discriminatory behavior is completely abhorrent to Chelsea Football Club.” It has no place at Chelsea or in any of our communities.” Read a statement released earlier this week by Chelsea.

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