Eden Hazard has requested Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur supporters to behave properly in Tuesday’s Carabao Cup semifinal at the Wembley stadium.
Chelsea supporters are facing severe criticism for their unsporting behaviour off late. The Blues have taken a pretty strong stance when it comes to deal with supporters issue and have suspended a fan for his alleged anti-Gay abuse.
There have also been instances of an alleged anti-Semitic language chant during a Europa League match this season. These off field controversies have hurt club’s images very brutally and the Blues hierarchy is planning to deal with strong hands if something untoward happens in this match.
Hazard said, “When we are players, we are examples. The fans are also examples. I want Chelsea fans to be the best in the world. I don’t want to see a bad image of the Chelsea fans, of course.
“In football in general, not just Chelsea fans, in Italy we saw a a lot of things.
“I want these things to disappear. It’s hard because football is a big world but if we are all together step-by-step, players, managers, journalists, then we can do something. I want people to remember the game.”