Spurs stewards to wear headcams to watch crowd during Chelsea match

Tottenham stewards are to wear headcams for tonight’s game against Chelsea to stop any potential abuse from the crowd, The Independent reports.

Chelsea captain John Terry travels to White Hart Lane, a day after he was charged with a ‘racially aggravated public order offence’. Spurs fans are expected to hail some abuse towards Terry and the club have issued a statement which shows their intentions towards those who shout abuse. Harry Redknapp’s side can keep themselves with pace-setters Manchester City and Manchester United with a win over Chelsea tonight.

A club statement said: ‘A reminder to all fans, both home and away, that foul, abusive, homophobic or racist language will not be tolerated at White Hart Lane. The club will take action against anyone heard using such language. Stewards will again wear headcams at the match against Chelsea and will adopt a zero-tolerance policy’.

Spurs sit third in the table and still have a game in hand on the rest following the fixture with Chelsea. Harry Redknapp hopes his fans do not let down the club with any bad abuse towards John Terry and will hope for a good result on top of that.

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