The manager damns their actions.
There is much controversy around Chelsea at the moment after a group of fans were seen to racially abuse a man on the Paris metro following the 1-1 Champions League draw with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night.
For the first time since the incident Blues manager Jose Mourinho has given his opinion and the 52-year-old has not pulled any punches when it comes to damning the actions of those supporters.
Mourinho: “I feel ashamed to be connected with this sad episode. Do these people even like football? Do they even like Chelsea?” #CFC
— Kevin Palmer (@kpsundayworld) February 20, 2015
It was also confirmed during his pre-match press conference ahead of the Premier League clash with Burnley on Saturday that the victim of the racist attack – known only as Souleymane S – will be invited to PSG’s second-leg at Stamford Bridge.
Steve Atkins, director of comms at CFC, says club have written to Souleymane S, the man abused on Paris Metro, to invite him to PSG 2nd leg — Sam Wallace (@SamWallaceIndy) February 20, 2015
The Metropolitan Police say they are taking the incident very seriously and three men have already been banned from the Bridge for their involvement in the controversy.