At Stamford Bridge
The sight of Roman Abramovich strolling across Stamford Bridge puffing out his cheeks in relief while exchanging high fives was about as close as Chelsea's owner has ever come to a public comment on club affairs.
Abramovich habitually retreats from view unless emerging to celebrate success or - in an example from more recent history - observing the work of Andre Villas-Boas at close quarters before sacking him.
Stamford Bridge (London)—In wake of the loss and elimination to Everton in the FA Cup, Chelsea are expected to make big moves in the offseason. From players to their coaching staff, Blues owner Roman Abramovich is speculated to chan... Read Post
Jose Mourinho may have opened the door for a sensational return to Stamford Bridge, following reports that he has been contacting Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich. David Woods wrote in the Daily Star: “The pair [ Mourinho & Abramovich... Read Post
Every Chelsea supporter knows where they were on the morning of Sept. 20, 2007. Jose Mourinho, the club's most successful manager, was sacked by Blues owner Roman Abramovich after three trophy-laden seasons at Stamford Bridge. It wa... Read Post