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Chelsea stadium DJ hammered for post-match song choice after Brentford mauling

Chelsea fans were, in the main, unhappy with the song that played out in the aftermath of the 4-1 home mauling by London rivals Brentford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

The Blues were battered by the Bees in what was a famous victory for Thomas Frank’s men in their first-ever Premier League campaign. A brace from Vitaly Janelt, plus strikes from Christian Eriksen and Yoane Wissa sealed an incredible victory after Antonio Rudiger had given the home side the lead.

And after the match, the mood of the Chelsea fans was not helped by the choice of stadium music.

Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds was put on the speaker system at full-time, treating fans to the lyrics: “Don’t worry about a thing, because every little thing is gonna be alright.”

That’s a bit different to the normal ‘Blue Is The Colour’ or ‘One Step Beyond’ after a Chelsea win.

The Blues are currently in turmoil off the pitch, with the club needing a new buyer after Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the British government.

Strange song choice from Chelsea DJ

And there was a mixed reaction on social media to the Marley song on the final whistle.

Some called for the DJ to be sacked, while others said he should be given a pay rise.

Top bantz for the music at the end of the game today… pic.twitter.com/8osfkoAcDK

— Garry Hayes (@garryhayes) April 2, 2022

How fitting 😩 https://t.co/GZJlDBebSY

— 4evachels (@4evachels) April 2, 2022

He really deserves a bottle of champagne for doing that 😂😂😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/uXkhkMFHYv

— Balkisou Zubairo🍫 (@balki_04) April 2, 2022

DJ should be sacked immediately. https://t.co/IvXDsYvK6a

— Bruce 🌸 (@Bruce79215079) April 2, 2022

Chelsea are back in action on Wednesday evening when they face Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.

And Thomas Tuchel will no doubt be hoping for some Madness at the final whistle against the Spanish giants.

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