(Reuters) - Chelsea are considering sending racist supporters on trips to the Nazi death camp Auschwitz to tackle anti-Semitism at the club. Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck believes it is a step towards changing the attitudes of the supporters instead of imposing bans from attending matches at the Premier League club. Chelsea criticised a number of their own fans for anti-Semitic chanting against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in September last year. Tottenham have historically had a substantial support base among London's Jewish community, and fans of the club have been targeted by rival fans with anti-Semitic chants for years. "In the past, we would take them from the crowd and ban them, for up to three years," Buck said of fans caught chanting racist slurs.
Source: The Star October 11, 2018 13:41 UTC