Chelsea must 'punish' fans over anti-Semitic song about Álvaro Morata

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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 Álvaro Morata, which is understood to be anti-Semitic, was sung by the majority of their 3,000 fans at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Speaking on football matters, Conte was pleased with Morata's performance in Saturday's 2-1 win and thinks the striker is getting better the more he plays.

"People should know that the police will be investigating and they will investigate all future such episodes, and we will support the police in anything they were to do, assist their enquiries and we will also support criminal prosecution of such behaviour and activity".

Morata, an instant hit with fans after three goals since his record-transfer from Real Madrid, also objects to the song, Sportsmail has previously reported.

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte added: "We are totally agreed with the club. But the language in that song is not acceptable at all".

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After the game, Morata tweeted: "Since I arrived, I have been able to feel your support every single day, you are awesome and I'd like to ask you to please respect everyone!"

Alvaro does not want to be connected with that particular song in any way and both the player and the club request the supporters stop singing it with immediate effect.

English soccer's anti-discrimination body welcomed Chelsea's swift condemnation and called for a criminal investigation.

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 organisation expects Chelsea FC to ban any supporters who are identified as indulging in such abusive conduct and expects the police to take action against any identified perpetrators".

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