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Oct, 30, 2012

Chelsea urge fans to get 'freaky'

Chelsea may be embroiled in controversy but that does not appear to have stopped some sense of fun at the club.

• Blog: Chelsea denied comeback

With their Capital One Cup game taking place against Manchester United on Halloween, October 31, the club have encouraged fans to turn up in fancy dress - preferably of the frightening kind.

"Wednesday night sees Chelsea take on Manchester United in the League Cup and it's sure to be a brilliant match, but it also happens to be Halloween - the spookiest night of the year!" the club's website read.

"We want all bridgekids who have tickets for the game to come along early and wear their best Halloween outfits so that we can help scare the United players and help the Blues get a win.

"Get yourself dressed up - it's going to be FREAKY!" Not to mention, of course, potentially furious.

The club's latest game against Manchester United comes only three days after the controversial match on Sunday which resulted in FA and police investigations into alleged "inappropriate language" by referee Mark Clattenburg.

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