Everton examine whether there were homophobic chants directed towards the Chelsea fans during the clubs ' match on Saturday.
The English football club Everton has launched a review of whether there were homophobic chants at tilskuerrækkerne, when the club won at home, beat Chelsea 3-1 on Saturday.
The typing of the Premier League club on its website.
Here explains the club also cooperates with the organization Kick It Out, which is an organization in the football league, which fights discrimination.
- Everton cooperates with Kick It Out and has started an investigation into homophobic heckling, which was reported during Saturday's match in the Premier League against Chelsea.
- Both the club and the Kick It Out has received reports of a homophobic song, which was aimed at Chelsea fans, a small group among the hjemmepublikummet.
- Homophobia has no place on our station, in our club, in our society or in our matches. The club condemns in the strongest terms the behavior and conduct a thorough examination, which will also include the police, writes, Everton on its web site.
In this weekend set the Premier League a focus on the rights of sexual minorities in the context of fodboldkampene.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 23:00