A man who was identified by Chelsea Football Club for tweets published in late 2020 has been indicted by London Metropolitan Police on seven counts for sending hateful messages on social media. Met police said in a statement: A man has been charged after a Met police investigation into racist and anti-Semitic facts and hate tweets published in late 2020, identified by Chelsea FC. Nathan Blagg, 21, of Retford, Nottinghamshire, ab een charged with seven counts of sending by a network ofe public communication an offensive / indecent / obscene / threatening message / matter, against malicious communications law. The weather police said that the charges relate to the period of February 5, 2020 to February 3, 2021 and that the suspect is scheduled to appear at Westminster Magistrates 'Court on Friday October 8. The statement continues: The investigation is being conducted by the Met's Central Football Unit, which arrested Blagg in February of this year. Read more READ: 'When we come together it ' s powerful ', says Thierry Henry about the blackout of social networks JUST WATCHED Exclusive: Thierry Henry on the boycott of football social networks Proofreading More videos ... WATCH Exclusive: Thierry Henry on the boycott of football social media 05:26 In a tweet at the time of the arrest in February, Chelsea FC wrote: We welcome the arrest of today which shows that hate messages shared on social media have consequences. We continue to work closely with the police to support their investigations into this important issue. In April, the English football world united in a social media boycott to protest racist online abuse targeting footballers. In a joint statement, a group of governing bodies English said the boycott hoped to highlight that social media companies need to do more to eradicate hate online.