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Referees union Prospect offering full support to Mark ClattenburgProspect, the referees union, has said in a statement that it is offering full support to Mark Clattenburg in relation to the all

egations made against him The referees union today pledged its full support to Mark Clattenburg after Chelsea accused him of using inappropriate language towards John Obi Mikel and Juan Mata. Clattenburg was this afternoon waiting to hear whether the Football Association would launch an investigation into allegations he made comments towa

rds Mikel and Mata, which ar台湾版國際時報B e understood to have been interpreted as racist,

during the Blues Barclays Premier League defeat to Manchester United y

esterday. The 37-year-old from

Gosforth was given the full backing of Prospect, who said in a statement: Prospect is committed to helping to eradicate racism in football and in society generally. In the context of that commitment, Prospect is offering full support to Mark Clattenburg in relation to the allegations made against him. It is now important that the allegations a

re fully investigated through the proper process as

quickly as possible. We w

ill be making no further comment at this stage. Chelsea, United and an

ti-racism group Kick It Out all refused to comment on the unfolding story this morning. However, the Blues did confirm

they had decided against holding a press conference tomorrow to preview Wednesday nights Capital One Cup clash with the same opponents.

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