Chelsea braced for protesters

Last updated : 28 September 2007 By Paul Lagan
Chelsea will stop any attempt of a protest against the sacking of Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge tomorrow.
The derby match versus Fulham will be the first time fans will have the chance to vent their anger at Roman Abramovich about the loss of their manager.
Security in the ground will take away banners if they are viewed as been anti-Ambramovich.
A club insider revealed Chelsea's top brass are braced for a torrent of abuse against the higher management, and offending banners will be taken away under health and safety regulations.
Jose Mourinho left under the guise of a mutual agreement contract last week following the 1-1 draw with Rosenborg in the Champions League.
Chelsea then installed under-qualified Avram Grant as manager and are seeking permission to allow him to coach the former double Premiership champions.
Chelsea lost Grant's first match in charge 2-0 at Manchester United before beating mighty Hull City 4-0 this week in the Carling Cup.