Chelsea lodges complaint against Clattenburg’s “inappropriate language”

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By Andrew Warshaw

October 29 – English football’s domestic racism problems, which appeared to be gradually subsiding, have been plunged into fresh controversy with Premier League leaders and European champions Chelsea lodging a formal complaint of “inappropriate language” by referee Mark Clattenburg during yesterday’s highly charged 3-2 home defeat by Manchester United.

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