I was in the away end Saturday and it wasn't a 'small minority' singing the song - it was very loud. I personally don't have a problem with the song but if the club and Morata make it clear they don't want it sung then that's fine.
What I have a problem with is the idea that people might get banned for it - fans will naturally self-censor after what Morata and the club said. I can guarantee you that if it gets started at another away there'll be loads of people shushing and trying to sing something over it, and the song will die and a new one will take its place.
You can't ban thousands of people - and what about anyone singing 'Barcelona, Real Madrid, Tottenham are a load of y*ds'? What about 'there's no bacon at the Lane' while we're at it? I think we're all sensible enough to know that thousands of people in that away end are not anti-Semites.
The point is they've successfully nipped it in the bud by condemning it - no need to ban an arbitrary handful of unlucky people out of 3,300. It's a complete overreaction. Say you don't want it sung - and yes, this will always be a tricky issue while Tottenham still call themselves y*ds, and move on.
Up the Chels.