Chelsea legend caught out in cocaine bust

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Former Chelsea striker Kerry Dixon faces losing his job with the club after he was arrested for allegedly dealing cocaine.

The 52-year-old performs various roles for the Blues, is being questioned by police on suspicion of conspiracy to supply the Class A drug.

Chelsea could well dump Dixon from his various jobs, which include being a pundit on Chelsea TV and working in hospitality during matchdays, if the allegations prove to be true.

Dixon is one of Chelsea's all-time leading goalscorers, having scored 193 times during his time at Stamford Bridge between 1983 and 1992.

So far Chelsea have refused to comment on the story.

Meanwhile Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £10,000 for comments he made after his side's defeat against Sunderland.

Mourinho sarcastically congratulated referees' boss Mike Dean after the game, and has been found guilty of improper conduct and bringing the game into disrepute. 

The Special One was also fined £8,000 having lost an appeal for another offence.

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