Two former Chelsea youth-team players have said they are “still fighting for justice and equality” after alleging they were racially abused at the club in the 1990s.
They are among four players who are taking the club to the High Court to seek damages, claiming their careers and lives were ruined.
Chelsea apologised last year after a Barnardo’s review said the abuse was “instigated” by former coach and academy director Gwyn Williams.
A multi million money making company like Chelsea football club can still not find it in their hearts to do the right thing by their ex players whose lives they ruined. Why?
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