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South Wales Police says it's no longer involved in the incident on Wednesday night where Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard appeared to kick a ball boy at Swansea City. The ball boy, 17-year-old Charlie Morgan, has said he spoke to Hazard afterwards and was not pressing charges.
Officers have confirmed that he did not want to make a formal complaint. They say they have received a number of calls from members of the public after the incident at the Liberty Stadium.
The ball boy at the centre of the Eden Hazard rib-kicking controversy has briefly broken his silence. He tweeted;
South Wales Police say they have received three complaints following an incident between Chelsea footballer Eden Hazard and a Swansea ball boy last night.
Chelsea footballer Eden Hazard's tangle with a Swansea ball boy last night has sparked quite a debate today. We asked you for your thoughts.
When Chelsea footballer Eden Hazard appeared to kick a 17-year-old ball boy during last night's match against Swansea, it sparked a fierce debate.
Now even Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has shared his views on the controversy. When asked about it during a radio phone-in, he said he believed both the player and the ball boy were at fault.