Former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin has told fans doing”offensive singing and behavior” to”stay away” from the Premier League club.
The Metropolitan Police and chelsea are investigating claims Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling was abused at Stamford Bridge earlier this month.
Antisemitic chants were subsequently discovered throughout the Stamford Bridge club’s Europa League tie with MOL Vidi.
Nevin said he found that it”anger-inducing and utterly embarrassing”.
Chelsea possess suspended four fans while a study to the alleged racial abuse of Sterling occurs.
Nevina BBC football analyst, also said recent wins over Brighton and also premierleague rivals Manchester City supposed”matters ought to be hunky dory at the club” but they have been”not with a long way”.
Writing in his regular column on the Chelsea website, the former Scotland international said:”It’s becoming a bit wearisome as the past lingering vestiges of an unreconstructed age still don’t seem to get the message.
“as a result they know what they are doing and seem to not care how poorly this reflects , and offends, the rest of us”
Blues fans were greeted by chelsea chairman Bruce Buck in Brighton at the turnstiles until their Premier League win.
Club officials said the atmosphere on the list of away support had been favorable, but fans were educated that they have been under heavy scrutiny.
Addressing the fans, Nevin included:”I don’t know the answer besides continued to do and say the ideal things, most of us, including one of the true fans whose name is currently being tarnished as well.
“I’ve yet consistently had one strong belief. All these people don’t seem to really take care of the bar whatever they say.
“They certainly don’t care above their own political and social perspectives which they make use of the team and also its own global popularity to advertise.
“In case you cannot retain those emotions, perspectives and outbursts away from following a team, for the sake of the club when you’ve got any obscure affection, then simply stay away out of all of us.
“Harsh as it might soundwe simply don’t want you.”
Manager Maurizio Sarri – whose side face Bournemouth at the Carabao Cup quarter finals in Wednesday – last week condemned”offenses in any form”.