Man Un match homophobic chants investigation is already closed


A police investigation has been closed after allegations of homophobic chants by Manchester United fans as the team played Chelsea. Fans were alleged to have chanted ‘Chelsea Rent Boys’ during the match.
After revelation was made in the Sun on Tuesday, later that day the Metropolitan Police closed the legal matter stating: “Officers at Hammersmith and Fulham borough received an allegation on Tuesday, March 14 of homophobic chanting at the Chelsea v Manchester United football match at Stamford Bridge on Monday, March 13. Following initial police enquiries it was concluded that the matter did not meet the threshold for further investigation and the matter is now closed.” The FA officials revealed in a statement of their own: “We have received a complaint about offensive chanting at this fixture. We take all complaints seriously and look to work collaboratively with clubs, players, managers, officials and safety officers towards eradicating all discriminatory and offensive chanting.”


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