Police won't investigate Eden Hazard controversy

Eden Hazard is shown a red card for violent conduct after kicking a ball boy on January 23, 2013
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South Wales Police confirm that they are no longer looking into the incident involving Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard and Swansea ball boy Charlie Morgan.

South Wales Police have confirmed that they will not launch an investigation into the controversy surrounding Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard and a Swansea City ball boy.

The authorities recently revealed that they were looking into complaints made by members of the public after Hazard appeared to kick 17-year-old Charlie Morgan while trying to retrieve the ball during the Blues' League Cup semi-final exit against the Swans on Wednesday.

The authorities announced today that they are no longer concerning themselves with the incident after Morgan reiterated that he did not want to press charges against the Belgium international.

Meanwhile, the Football Association has charged Hazard with violent conduct following the clash.

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