Premier League 2022-23: Raheem Sterling says the racist abuse he faced from a Chelsea fan at Stamford Bridge several years ago…
Premier League 2022-23:Raheem Sterling says the racist abuse he faced from Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge several years ago did not cross his mind before he decided to sign for the club from Manchester City last month. The 27-year-old England forward said the incident, which happened at Stamford Bridge in 2018 and saw Chelsea fan Colin Wing hit with a lifetime ban, made him aware of his responsibility as a top black player. Follow Premier League updates with InsideSport.IN
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“It wasn’t a game in my head at all,” Sterling told reporters ahead of Chelsea’s home match against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Premier League 2022-23: Raheem Sterling says racist abuse never crossed his mind before Chelsea move
“I can’t let an incident from individuals change my opinion about the club. “I have no grudges or grudges against individuals.
Sterling, who won four league titles for City, said it opened the door for him to understand “a true purpose outside of football”. “Of course, football is my main goal and my main talent, but it is another thing that gives me the most joy. That is helping people. I’ve moved away from the racial side of it and focused more on helping and nurturing young black people.” Chelsea, who finished third last season, beat Everton in their Premier League opener.
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