Wednesday, 22 May, 2019

Chelsea fans barred from match after singing 'racist song' about Mo Salah

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah left Chelsea in 2016
Cary Erickson | 13 April, 2019, 15:30

France global and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has backed Egyptian worldwide and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah after a group of Blues fans linked him up with a bomber in a social media post.

Being competitive at the end of a campaign is a necessity for the club, says Firmino, and the players will be giving everything to secure the success they're aiming for.

As reported by various journalists stationed in Prague, it is understood that three of the six fans in the video were subsequently identified and prevented from entering the stadium in the Czech capital, with the remaining three failing to show up at the ground.

Liverpool played the whole of March without losing a match, recording three wins and a draw to stay in contention for the Reds to lift the league title again after 29 years of wait.

"Of course that's what everyone wants - you want to win trophies, especially when you are at this football club". It was over an alleged racist chant about Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah.

Chelsea FC are now in third place and 16 points adrift of Liverpool FC despite winning their last three Premier League fixtures.

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Liverpool hailed Chelsea's response, with the Reds saying they were working with Merseyside Police to identify the individuals involved.

Hours before kick-off for the Blues' quarter-final clash, the racially abusive video was circulated on social media.

Klopp becomes the 12th Liverpool manager to take charge of 200 games for the club and he now possesses a win ratio of 58 per cent in the league - higher than any other manager in the club's league history.

Back in 2014, Liverpool, then managed by Brendan Rodgers, sat top of the table when they were beaten 2-0 by Chelsea at Anfield in a match made famous by a costly slip from Steven Gerrard that gifted a goal to Demba Ba. You can tell all the fans out there to ignore it. Only the colours and the names are the same pretty much.

"Not because it's the last "big" one, because we only have big games now".

"Already this season, we have seen repulsive discriminatory abuse inside stadiums in England, Europe and across the world; abuse that was captured on devices and put into the public domain". Anyone who wants to talk to any of my players about what happened years ago, don't do it. "We will make mistakes and we have to deal with them".