In his column for The Sun, Wright reflected on his time at Stamford Bridge supporting son, Shaun.
"When my son Shaun played for Chelsea, I would go to Stamford Bridge regularly. After a while, I stopped.
"The amount of moaning and complaining coming from certain sections of the stands was unbelievable. I'd never heard anything like it.
"In the end, it got to the point when I'd just had enough of it.
"My seat was near the players who were not involved. Just in front of us, there was one bloke who, win or lose, did not stop complaining. He was never happy, even with a convincing home win.
"Those fans who jeered are an absolute disgrace. They might have plenty of money but, in football terms, they have no class whatsoever.
"They have either forgotten where their club has come from or they have no idea about Chelsea's problems down the years."