- Two Chelsea Fans attacked in Greece by local fans ahead of the Europa League match against PAOK.
- Victims were given first aid treatment but refused to visit a hospital for further treatment.
According to Sky Sports, reports from Greek authorities have confirmed that two Chelsea fans have been attacked in Greece.
The two fans were injured after an attack from local fans ahead of the Europa League match against PAOK tonight.
According to the Police, the two victims who are Englishmen were attacked and beaten by three assailants in the central Thessaloniki area some while before dawn on Thursday.
It was reported that an ambulance crew offered first aid to the victims but they refused to visit a hospital for further treatment.
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The club is yet to make any comment on the incident. Hopefully, the Blues impress on the pitch and pacify the Blue faithful.
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