Chelsea have banned a fan for life for using “racially abusive language” during a match at Stamford Bridge in December last year.
Following the decision UKIP have often the fan an advisory role.
Chelsea conducted an investigation and said they had delayed reaching their decision so as not to prejudice a police inquiry into the matter.
But the UKIP leader, who cannot be named for the reason that nobody can remember who he is, said the news had come at the ‘ideal time’ for the party as their previous advisor, Tommy Robinson, is currently a Her Majesty’s pleasure – and at the pleasure of Big Dave on B Wing.
Despite the CPS discontinuing the case due to lack of criminal evidence, Chelsea said the fans behaviour breached their ticketing policy.
A spokesman for the club said ticketing policy for last season clearly stated that ‘verbal abuse should be reserved for manager Maurizio Sarri’.
Another 5 fans received bans of between 1 and 2 years.
Four of them are believed to also be in contact with UKIP, with the fifth currently in talks with Nigel Farage over a move to the Brexit Party as ‘his was an understated prejudice which is likely to resonate with the more middle class racist.’
Chelsea said, ‘the individuals receiving shorter exclusions did so on the basis that they have provided undertakings about their future behaviour’
after they each put their own ‘X’ against a prewritten letter apologising for their behaviour and promising to sit on the naughty step for an hour and a half every Saturday until their bans are up.