Chelsea plead fans against singing anti-Semitic song involving new signing Alvaro Morata

Chelsea plead fans against singing anti-Semitic song involving new signing Alvaro Morata

Chelsea plead fans against singing anti-Semitic song involving new signing Alvaro Morata

Vardy - under contract until 2020 - turned down a move to Arsenal after guiding Leicester to a remarkable Premier League triumph in 2015-16.

"We must be satisfied. now we are trying to involve new players with the older players and this is a process". The word has an anti-Semitic meaning. He is a young player and has good signs for us'.

The word in question is directed at London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, who have a strong history with the Jewish community.

However, Chelsea took the lead a minute later when Alvaro Morata peeled off his marker and headed home Cesar Azpilicueta's cross.

"The club and the players appreciate the fans' passionate support away from home, of course".

In 2013, the Football Association warned supporters of all clubs that chanting the word "Yid" could result in arrest as part of an attempt to stamp out discriminatory language at football grounds.

While they battled hard against the Gunners and Red Devils, taking both clashes deep into the second half, they did still end up losing both.

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And Conte has hailed his Chelsea team, claiming the scoreline didn't give the Blues enough credit.

Conte's men were in control from the off and had the game wrapped up when N'Golo Kante added to Morata's opener on 50 minutes.

Kante only scored one goal during his time with Leicester, therefore you could forgive the Foxes midfield for allowing him room to shoot from 30 yards just after the break.

"It's always important for the striker to score but for me, it's very important for me to see he's improving and more involved in our idea of football".

"Danny is a strong player who can help us".

"This is good news for us, " Conte said after his side's third straight Premier League victory.

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