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Roman Abramovich

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Gets Israeli citizenship. Instantly becomes the richest man in Israel.. 

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7 hours ago, the wes said:

Roman Abramovich will be allowed to visit Britain for up to six months at a time after gaining Israeli citizenship, Downing Street confirms - but will be barred from working for Chelsea FC while he is in the UK

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5782471/Roman-Abramovich-allowed-visit-Britain-six-months-time.html

He owns chelsea fc sooooo wtf ......

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7 hours ago, the wes said:

Roman Abramovich will be allowed to visit Britain for up to six months at a time after gaining Israeli citizenship, Downing Street confirms - but will be barred from working for Chelsea FC while he is in the UK

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5782471/Roman-Abramovich-allowed-visit-Britain-six-months-time.html

But theres nothing ro say he couldnt have a bit of a nosh or round of golf with an old mate who just happened to be a manager,agent,player and it popped up while having a chat that he thinks that maybe Chelsea might be interested in them and its possible they might like to bring them the the club!

Or he could just sit on his floating palace 12 miles out at sea and fly them in on a chopper!

Where theres a will theres a way!

Just wish he would fuckin hurry up about it cause irs doing my nut in.

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Roman Abramovich remains committed to Chelsea even with the news the club owner has put its stadium redevelopment plans on hold, Sky Sports News understands.

One club source has told us that it’s still “business as usual” at the West London club and that the Russian billionaire’s commitment to the club is “unwavering”.

Abramovich was due to invest up to £1bn in the rebuilding project, which received planning permission last year. It was expected that Chelsea would play at an alternative venue, probably Wembley, until the start of the 2020-2021 season when the new stadium would be ready.

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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has withdrawn his UK visa request just days after immigrating to Israel (@Jerusalem_Post)

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18 minutes ago, zekinjo said:

 

Such headlines and stories.. "Chelsea are in crisis" and so on will not do any good to our chances of signing quality players. Those guys are on the internet and social media like all of us, so all this negativity floating around hashtag cfc is bound to stick at the back of their heads. Worrying times indeed:(

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I think if Roman is putting a halt on stadium renovations or whatever it could mean he is willing to plough more money into the squad on players.

Or at least that's what I hope, if we had to prioritise something this next few years, its got to be investment in the squad, players like Luiz, Cahill, Fabregas, Willian, Pedro, Giroud are all towards 30 or over or are not far off it and considering at least 4 of them started a lot of games for us this season (Cahill, Fabregas, Willian Giroud), it is a more urgent matter to look for upgrades/long term solutions for them as opposed to a new stadium imo. Throw in the mediocre players like Moses, Bakayoko, Drinkwater, Zappacosta and a lot of the loan players that will never get a chance/arent good enough, that is a lot of poor level players for a Chelsea squad and we should be looking to cut ties with them. 

Lets hope that is what he is thinking anyway. 

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In such mess I highly doubt anyone knows what’s going to happen this summer. What in the world happened with this club, who is running this clown show and when will it stop?

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Skysports confirms that he is as dedicated to Chelsea as ever so I think the talks of him selling are just fear mongering as things stand.... He loves Chelsea and I actually think this may be good news for us in the short term, more cash for players and hopefully paying that Sarri clause lol

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13 hours ago, zekinjo said:

What in the world happened with this club, who is running this clown show and when will it stop?

Well according to some MSM he's been told by Putin to halt the new ground as payback for Russian sanctions by the US/UK. He's definitely close to Putin, has been for 25 years.

His decision to halt development plans at Chelsea fit a pattern and chime with Moscow’s bitterness over what it calls ‘insinuations’ from the British authorities around the Skripal case.and sanctions

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4 minutes ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Well according to some MSM he's been told by Putin to halt the new ground as payback for Russian sanctions by the US/UK. He's definitely close to Putin, has been for 25 years.

His decision to halt development plans at Chelsea fit a pattern and chime with Moscow’s bitterness over what it calls ‘insinuations’ from the British authorities around the Skripal case.and sanctions

This could be true but in general construction sector was hit significantly in England ( https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/04/uk-construction-flirting-recession-brexit-uncertainty ) after Brexit. Considering also Oligarchs' futures uncertainty Roman does not need Putin to tell him to halt the stadium development.

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17 minutes ago, 11Drogba said:

This could be true but in general construction sector was hit significantly in England ( https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/sep/04/uk-construction-flirting-recession-brexit-uncertainty ) after Brexit. Considering also Oligarchs' futures uncertainty Roman does not need Putin to tell him to halt the stadium development.

There have been persistent rumours that Abramovich 'recommended' Putin to Yeltsin, and they are very close but who knows what goes on in the Kremlin ?

As far as the development is concerned, it wouldn't be necessary if they'd built a bigger Shed !

 

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