Ball boy's parents own stake in Swansea City?

Eden Hazard is shown a red card for violent conduct after kicking a ball boy on January 23, 2013
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The parents of ball boy Charlie Morgan, who was kicked by Chelsea's Eden Hazard, reportedly own a majority stake in Swansea City.

The parents of Swansea City ball boy Charlie Morgan are reportedly the Welsh club's largest shareholders.

The 17-year-old, who made the headlines after he was kicked by Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard as he tried to retrieve the ball during last night's goalless draw, is the son of Martin and Luisa Morgan, who are widely known in the community.

The Morgan family, who own a string of hotels and are thought to be worth £42m, own 22.5% of the Premier League club, according to The Telegraph.

Hazard has apologised for the incident.

Eden Hazard is shown a red card for violent conduct after kicking a ball boy on January 23, 2013
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