Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck greeted Blues fans after allegations of racism levelled against the fans of the club ahead of the Premier League win at Brighton, at the turnstiles.
The Metropolitan Police and chelsea are currently investigating claims Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was at the mercy of racist abuse this past year.
Chelsea state Buck was a visible presence at the Amex stadium of Brighton on Sunday.
A spokesman said some buffs ceased to shake the hand of the chairman.
Fans were educated they are currently the focus of attention, although said the atmosphere on the list of away support at Brighton was favorable.
Nevertheless, the club are also keen to stress that just a tiny minority of fans are at fault for incidents.
Chelsea state that they are going to continue to get a lead to address some problems that arise and will last the club’s antisemitism education programme, that involves workshops in awareness classes and schools for fans.
The club released an announcement after Thursday’s 2-2 draw with MOL Vidi in Hungary, after reports of offensive songs aimed at Tottenham fans.
They said the inaugural minority of fans needed”shamed the club” and contested the”brainpower” of fans engaged in the sinking.
Earlier this week, four championships lovers were frozen subsequent to the alleged racial abuse of Sterling, during the 2-0 win over City at Stamford Bridge.
A club statement said signs of stereotypical behavior is going to lead to”severe sanctions, including bans”.