Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has branded the Chelsea supporters who greeted the Blues’ draw against Everton with resounding jeers as an “absolute disgrace.”
The visitors breached the home defence three times to secure a point as the West London outfit were booed off by some fans at the final whistle on Saturday.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men had not conceded a single goal at home in their previous 10 Premier League encounters – since the opening day of the season - and former Gunners' favourite Wright admits he was dismayed by the reaction of the Stamford Bridge faithful.
“Those fans who jeered are an absolute disgrace,” the ex-Arsenal goal-getter said in The Sun.
“They might have plenty of money but, in football terms, they have no class whatsoever.
“They have either forgotten where their club has come from or they have no idea about Chelsea’s problems down the years.
“I have got mates who support Chelsea and they are disgusted and embarrassed by the New Age fans who have crawled out of the woodwork to support this now successful club.
“A large number of people hate Chelsea because of the way they have bought their success and, I must admit, some of the fans are not helping the club’s reputation.”comments