UEL: Chelsea fans assaulted ahead of the match against PAOK in Greece
The Uefa Europa league is expected to commence tonight with Chelsea travelling to Greece where they will be playing PAOK.
It is not a hidden fact that the Blues fans can go any length to support their football club and one of such is travelling all the way to Greece.
However, a new report from Greece confirmed that two Chelsea fans were assaulted by people suspected to be PAOK fans in the early hours of this morning.
According to the Greek police who also confirmed the incident the incident occurred at central Thessaloniki, Greece.
The Police went on to disclose that the two Chelsea fans have received immediate treatment as the injury was not too serious.
According to a further report, the assailants all escape but the surprising thing is that the Blues fans who were the victims have refused to press charges making the matter dies off.
The last time Chelsea participated in the Uefa Europa League was in 2013 when they defeated Benfica to win the second rated trophy in Europe.
Apart from the Blues, another English club that will be playing in the UEL is Arsenal.
The Blues are expected to maintain their 100 per cent win as they take on PAOK this afternoon.
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