Chelsea Call For End To Sexism After Obscene Chants Broadcast

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soc_g_courtois01jr_1296x729.jpg&w=738&site=espnfcA footage has emerged of fans directing abuse at Chelsea’s club doctor, Eva Carneiro. This has moved the club to call for an end to sexism in football.

Recordings of fans at Manchester United and Manchester City chanting and shouting obscenities at Carneiro were broadcast by the BBC on Thursday night, leading to an unequivocal statement from the Blues.

A spokesman for the club told The Guardian: “The issue of equality is one we take extremely seriously and we abhor discrimination in all its forms, including sexism. Such behaviour is unacceptable and we want it eradicated from the game.”

UKs government minister for sport, Helen Grant MP supports the initiative and had this to say:
“It is absolutely right that we champion and celebrate women who work in the football industry and play vital roles in making the game the success that it is.

“I want more women to get involved in football across the board and to see it as a great industry to work in. Sexism, in any shape or form, should not be tolerated so I applaud this push to encourage people to report any incidents of sexist abuse and for the promotion of inclusivity across football.”





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