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Exploring the history of Chelsea’s fight against antisemitism, racial intolerance

In the first episode of a short series, the London is Blue Podcast, along with Amadi Thiam and Dan Levene, take a look at the history of the club’s intersection with antisemitism and racial intolerance.

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  • Look back at Chelsea’s history when it comes to battling antisemitism and racial intolerance. We understand this is a very sensitive topic, which is why we brought in Dan Levene to share his perspective. Dan also conducted interviews with Paul Canoville, former Chelsea player, and Peter Collins, editor of the Chelsea Independent, for additional context.

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