Chelsea have threatened their fans with long-term bans after escaping punishment from the Football Association over alleged Antisemitism, according to the Evening Standard.
The club has earned a bad reputation over recent years due to a small section of their fan base, but their new song for star striker
So there still isn't a chant in the tune of Hakuna Matata for Alvaro Morata yet? 樂 #CFC— El Niño (@Wxlf17) September 6, 2017
The Spanish striker has spoken out against the song. Taking to Twitter to ask fans to stop singing his new song, he said: "
"People that use this kind of language against others always try to argue a grey area. There is no grey area. That language used was anti-Semitic.
"We have a zero tolerance policy towards it. If there is evidence that season ticket holders or members took part in that, and take part in it in the future, then we will take the strongest possible action against them, which includes bans."
The chant has widely been condemmed by a large portion of the Chelsea fanbase, however, some are questioning if allegations of anti-Semitism are correct due to the continued use of similar languague in other Premier League stadiums.