Why Chelsea fans should show courage and shop sickening Hillsborough silence breakers
Scandalous. Outrageous. Sickening.
No, not THAT decision by Martin Atkinson . Although it was, as John Terry, Frank Lampard and the referee himself conceded, impossible to justify.
But, sadly, the appalling behaviour by far too many Chelsea fans which disgraced the name of the club.
That hundreds - and it was hundreds, not "a few dozen" of the 40,000-plus Blues fans at Wembley (as you can hear in the fan shot video below) - could not show the basic humanity to observe a minute's silence in respect of the Hillsborough victims and Livorno midfielder Piermario Morosini was a scar across the name of Chelsea.
The club's hurried, necessary response, stating that Chelsea were "extremely disappointed that a very small minority of fans embarrassed" the Blues was just the start.
Chelsea pledged to hunt down those responsible, promising "the strongest possible action", although that seems akin to seeking needles in hay-stacks.
In truth, every club has fans of which it is ashamed. That so many Chelsea supporters, with their disgusting chants about Hillsborough, actually think they are being funny, harms the vast majority.
If you know who did it, show some courage. Turn them in.
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