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Last month, the FA handed Chelsea captain John Terry a four match ban and a 220,000 fine after finding him guilty of racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
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"I see no reason for not recording the conversations," he said.
They admitted that the decision to pursue the claims was not one they 'took lightly'.
Chelsea last night formally complained to the FA that referee Mark Clattenburg used 'inappropriate language' towards John Obi Mikel during Sunday's defeat to United.
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Meanwhile former FA chief executive Mark Palios has called for referees' microphones to be broadcast to fans.
Last night Chelsea confirmed they were pressing ahead with claims that Mikel had been subjected to 'inappropriate language' by the 37 year old official.
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"There was not sufficient evidence to support a second claim to the FA with regard to the alleged verbal abuse of another first team player."
"This is a result of a thorough investigation carried out by the club, and led by outside legal counsel, of all information available to us including interviews with a number of players and staff.
language directed at John Mikel Obi by referee Mark Clattenburg.
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Chelsea allege that the referee, who sent off both Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres during an explosive game at Stamford Bridge, aimed an offensive racial term at Mikel.
throughout and received support from his employer, Professional Game Match Officials, and the referee's union, Prospect.
But following an internal investigation carried out by external legal counsel which concluded yesterday, the club have decided not to pursue a claim that Clattenburg also verbally abused Juan Mata.
Prospect also confirmed they will not request that officials' microphones are recorded or broadcast until after the investigation is over.
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