Chelsea could face punishment by the FA for their fans new song about their star striker Álvaro Morata. The chant that is getting them in trouble goes like this: “Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid; he hates the f****** Yids.”. For people that may not get the history of the world Yid, here is a short lesson. The term "yid" is a derogatory word for Jewish people and Chelsea fans for years have used this word to describe their rivals to the North of London, Tottenham because of their large Jewish following.
In all fairness, Álvaro Morata did tweet out this about the issue as he condemned the chant for being hateful by saying this: "Since I arrived, I have been able to feel your support every single day, you are amazing, and I'd like to ask you to please respect everyone!". For some reason, Chelsea fans use the excuse, "Well, if Tottenham fans use it, why the hell can't we." This is obviously a stupid thing to say because as a Jew and a Spurs fans, I love how non-Jews use this terrible term to band together and make everyone feel like one at the club. Time and time again Chelsea fans have been racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic and obviously, it is a small minority but blaming Spurs fans and using it as an excuse to make these comments, is pure bullshit.
Luckily, some Chelsea fans understand the difference between when Spurs and Chelsea fans say it.
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