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Chelsea Football Club - A Club In Turmoil

Chelsea FC on of England's greats hits big problems
Started on 13 September 2013 by AdMartins
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Billionaire Roman Abramovich may well lose his 'beloved' Chelsea football club after it is believed that the Russian has been another of the famous names reported to have been linked with the under aged scandals, nobody quite knows what the severity of this accusations Roman is reportedly being questioned about but one thing is sure, it doesn't look good for Chelsea FC, one of England’s dominant forces.

Here are some of the fans reactions to the news

Bill from Millwall said "I cant say that I am shocked by this news because he is a very mysterious man, he never quite looked the part at Chelsea with his bizarre methods, I mean come on, Shevchenko for 30mil? Although he did bring good times to the bridge but what now for my beloved blues?"

Sam from Kent said "I cant quite believe it, what is he thinking?! Its crazy he has almost definitely sent Chelsea down the toilet now, nobody is going to want anything to do with us now that he has brought shame on such a honourable football club, we have been the laughing stock of England once, now it looks that way again!"

We will bring you news in the following weeks about the outcome of the trial.


Roman Abramovich has been forced to serve a minimum of 15 years imprisonment for several accounts of sexual abuse on teenage girls, the trial took place at Chelsea's crown court and the jury after being shown all the evidence and listened to the statements of the young girls the jury have come up with the conclusion that Roman is guilty and will serve at least 15 years imprisonment and was forced to pay mega compensation to the family’s of the victims, it is believed he has lost all his money and has sent all his businesses into the ground, it was believed that these scandals were taking place In the first three years of him being at the bridge, forcing the victims to perform many devious acts for him, but now justice has been served and he will spend years behind bars.

The mother of one of the victims had this to say:

"I can't believe this sick twisted man has only got such a small sentence, I am absolutely disgraced but at least he is behind bars, what a monster! I cannot believe that he has done this, I feel so sorry for all the girls and cannot imagine what they are going through!"

The future looks uncertain for the blues, but what next? Surely no more twists?
Wow interesting start to this.. rather unexpected though, excited to know what the future will hold for Chelsea and Roman

Chelsea Club Statement

It has come to our attention that owner Roman has been charged for unthinkable crimes on poor innocent young girls and we send our greatest apologies to the victims and their families, we cannot begin to imagine what they are going through and we sincerely hope they come out stronger then ever. We can announce that Roman will have no further part of Chelsea FC and we are saddened that he has brought such shame on our club, and he has put the sake of the club at risk, we have to now look on for a buyer to place Roman

José has also stepped down as manager and we wish him every success in the future, we fully understand his reasons for leaving as he was promised certain things in his contract that we currently cannot fulfil. He was a great man for the club and brought us a lot of success, it comes as such a shock as we were looking forward to working with him and hoping he could bring Chelsea back to the top, but it is a huge stumbling block in our way now and we will be looking to bring in a new manager as soon as possible to help drive the club forward, we will look to find someone in the next few days.

Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC – Double Announcement

Managing Director's Ron Gourlay and Bruce Buck have decided to step in and take over as joint chairmen of the club until a new owner is found, they were quick to react and appoint recently unemployed manager Jupp Heynckes following a stint at Bayern Munchen, where he went on to win the Bundesliga title and champions cup at the Bundesliga club in 2012/13 season.

Gourlay spoke out and said:

“It is great that we have managed to get Jupp in especially due to the recent happenings at this club, but it shows how big this club is, we have managed to get in a wonderful manager and I hope he can work wonders here and bring the good times back. Jupp knows that the current circumstances aren't the greatest and he knows he has to sell players in order to buy, Jupp also knows he needs to lower the clubs wages in order to keep the team above water though."

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