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Roman Abramovich

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This is exactly what I was trying to say about him. How animated the guy is. He just cant help himself. Id love to have seen him after Diego scored.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich proves he’s already Antonio Conte’s biggest fan at Stamford Bridge

 

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#Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was nearly £100million poorer last night after shares dived in his steelmaker Evraz. [Mail]

Profits at the firm slumped 60 per cent to £36.5million in the first half of 2016 while revenues dropped 28 per cent to £2.7billion. [Mail]

It pushed shares down 11.2 per cent, wiping around £307m off its value. Abramovich has a 31 per cent stake – meaning he lost ~£95m. [Mail]

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2 hours ago, xPetrCechx said:

#Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was nearly £100million poorer last night after shares dived in his steelmaker Evraz. [Mail]

Profits at the firm slumped 60 per cent to £36.5million in the first half of 2016 while revenues dropped 28 per cent to £2.7billion. [Mail]

It pushed shares down 11.2 per cent, wiping around £307m off its value. Abramovich has a 31 per cent stake – meaning he lost ~£95m. [Mail]

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The Chinese produce steel on an unprecedented scale. He should ditch the steel shares.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016/08/19/chelsea-transfer-news-and-rumours-on-friday---live-updates/

Perhaps this is why Chelsea are not spending as much this summer

This morning, Get West London are reporting that Roman Abramovic's finances have taken a monumental hit as his shares in his steel company Evraz plummeted.

Evraz’s profits dropped by a 60 per cent to £36.5million in the first half of 2016 after revenues had fallen by 28 per cent to £2.7billion.

Conequently, the firm’s share-price fell by 11.2 per cent to 153.5p and lead to the value of Evraz decreasing by  £307million.

It is claimed that this loss will dent is personal fortune by £48b!

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4 hours ago, xPetrCechx said:

#Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was nearly £100million poorer last night after shares dived in his steelmaker Evraz. [Mail]

Profits at the firm slumped 60 per cent to £36.5million in the first half of 2016 while revenues dropped 28 per cent to £2.7billion. [Mail]

It pushed shares down 11.2 per cent, wiping around £307m off its value. Abramovich has a 31 per cent stake – meaning he lost ~£95m. [Mail]

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What a load of absolute crap. The idiot that wrote this cares more about clicks than financial understanding.  Either he has none or is deliberately misleading people just so that he can publish a story. The raw facts about the drop in the share price might be true but The conclusion he draws from that fact has nothing to do with the realities of the way financial markets work.

I wish journalists would spend more time trying to educate we the public rather than trying to exploit any ignorance we might have.

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On 19/08/2016 at 8:54 AM, xPetrCechx said:

#Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was nearly £100million poorer last night after shares dived in his steelmaker Evraz. [Mail]

Profits at the firm slumped 60 per cent to £36.5million in the first half of 2016 while revenues dropped 28 per cent to £2.7billion. [Mail]

It pushed shares down 11.2 per cent, wiping around £307m off its value. Abramovich has a 31 per cent stake – meaning he lost ~£95m. [Mail]

:(

 

 

Let's not ever forget who is bankrolling this club and how we're able to make these expensive signings.

The fact is Roman is nowhere near as wealthy or as willing to spend money as he was when he first took over the club 13 years ago. He can no longer compete with the amount of money the two Manchester clubs are able to shed season after season. 

And this is disastrous for us since we took 10 steps backwards after Mourinho's 2nd coming. Any rebuild is going to be a slow and ardous one. We can't simply spend our way out of the current problems we have. It's possible we don't make any other signings this summer.  This is one of the most critical seasons in our history. If we don't qualify for the CL this season, we are in serious trouble.

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I'm not calling for him to leave just yet ( if we keep being shit for 2-3 years because of the same mistakes I might ) as it's much more complicated than that given the rest of our board. 

But things up there need to be shaken up, whether it's a change of personnel or strategy, we need to MOVE FORWARD, I feel we haven't done that since 2012, it has been 4 years and a half, many players came and left, I still can't sense consistency or a clear direction towards success, I don't want glamourous football, nor at least one trophy per season, just a clear path emphasizing our progress as a team, even Liverpool today looks to have that, we don't, and I can't help but think that 2014-2015 was just a one-off thanks to some exceptional individuals ( mainly Hazard ), in the remaining seasons we were ranked 6th, 4th, 3rd &10th respectively. 

If we fuck it up this season again, regardless of the manager and players performance, the strategy needs to change and we need to focus on enhancing the first team. 

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Roman Abramovich ready to fund major transfers if Chelsea do not improve 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016/09/26/roman-abramovich-ready-to-fund-major-transfers-if-chelsea-do-not/

Roman Abramovich is prepared to bankroll an overhaul of the Chelsea squad if the players cannot convince head coach Antonio Conte that they can compete for major honours once again.

Chelsea owner Abramovich has largely backed his playing staff through Chelsea’s tumultuous 12 months in which he sacked Jose Mourinho and appointed Conte during the summer.

Rather than dumping the players who made the worst-ever defence of the Premier League title and failed to qualify for Europe, Abramovich and Conte agreed to give them another chance to prove their worth.

 

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1 minute ago, xPetrCechx said:

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Makes no sense. We aren't even using his money for this unless I'm missing something.

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On 8/7/2017 at 10:33 AM, Iggy Doonican said:

Splitting up with his Mrs might cost a few quid if it's not amicable. 

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/roman-abramovich-splits-with-wife-of-10-years-dasha-zhukova-a3605731.html

I wonder if this is the final marriage or at least the final one that costs him. 

Funny how much marriage costs even "smart" rich men. Slaves of biology and a traditional institution.

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On 16.8.2016 at 0:59 PM, Unionjack said:

This is exactly what I was trying to say about him. How animated the guy is. He just cant help himself. Id love to have seen him after Diego scored.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich proves he’s already Antonio Conte’s biggest fan at Stamford Bridge

 

Really... <_<

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