'Enough Is Enough': Chelsea Shows Anti-Racism Support
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The Chelsea FC team came together yesterday in solidarity to support the anti-racism movement.

After George Floyd – an African-American man – was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis on 25th May, sparks of wrath rose around the nation and the world. Several footballers and clubs showed their support and Chelsea Football Club paid a tribute by taking a stand against racism, sending out the message to all their fans and the world – ‘Enough is Enough’.

This is their contribution to the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement which rose to new heights after the incident, and Chelsea has certainly sent out a very powerful message. Several Chelsea players have faced outright racism in the past – the likes of Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Didier Drogba, Jimmy Floyd Hasseilbank, Callum Hudson-Odoi – among so many more, and the Blues have really had enough now. 

Before they started their training on Tuesday, they came down on their knee and formed the letter H – which stands for Humans. 

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Before training at Cobham this morning, the Chelsea players and coaching staff formed the letter H, for humans, and knelt in a show of support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

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