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Fans blast 42 years English referee Anthony Taylor for frequent bad officiating against Chelsea



Fans blast 42 years English referee Anthony Taylor for frequent bad officiating against Chelsea

Blues have come to conclusion that the 42-year-old English referee Anthony Taylor has been officiating badly against Chelsea and they wonder why it should be so.

Countless number of time Anthony Taylor has not be working in favour of the Chelsea in any of their game he officiated

“How Anthony Taylor is allowed to referee a Premier League game is beyond me especially when his bias against Chelsea is clear.

Countless, continuous errors from Anthony Taylor in Chelsea games for years.

It’s undeniable now, his performances in our games is shocking.”

Thomas Tuchel also shout on him in the Premier League game against Manchester City yesterday at Etihad in Chelsea 2-1 win over City.

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Chelsea and Anthony Taylor are not a match made in heaven, you only have to search social media for evidence of that among Blues fans.

The Manchester-based official has, shall we say, a bit of history with Chelsea. It was Taylor who sent off Mateo Kovacic in last season’s FA Cup final, Victor Moses in the 2017 final and failed to send off Harry Maguire for kicking out at Michy Batshuayi in 2020 at Stamford Bridge.

The referee was the centre of attention once again in a game involving Chelsea during the 2-1 win at the Etihad. First, he gave a spot kick against the Blues for Billy Gilmour’s somewhat clumsy foul on Sergio Aguero, which looked the right call.

Only that Chelsea were down to ten men at the time as Andreas Christensen had hobbled off and Kurt Zouma, while ready and waiting, was not allowed to enter the fray. Luckily for Chelsea, Aguero made a complete hash of his Panenka penalty and gave Edouard Mendy one of the easiest saves of his career from 12 yards.

Taylor also judged Raheem Sterling’s wild challenge on Timo Werner ten minutes into the game only worthy of a yellow card. We have certainly seen red cards given for an awful lot less since the introduction of VAR to our lives.



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