Three of the four Chelsea Fans who were caught on camera racially abusing a black Frenchman in Paris in March have been banned from attending football matches for the next five years at home or abroad while the fourth was handed a three year ban.
Joshua Parsons, William Simpson, Jordan Munday and Richard Barklie were caught on camera the night Chelsea travelled to Paris for their UEFA Champions league tie with Paris Saint-Germain pushing a Frenchman, identified as Souleymane Sylla off a metro train and then singing about being “racist and proud”. Following the incident, the fans were charged to court and at the sentencing, the presiding magistrate said the racist actions of the four men had brought shame to English football in Europe and then proceeded to ban the four men. Parsons, Simpson and Barklie were handed a five year ban while Munday was banned for three years.
Chelsea have done one better as the four men have been banned from Stamford Bridge or any other Chelsea FC stadium for life