Chelsea, one of the league’s best groups, incorporates a long record of victory on national and worldwide occasions. Since the club’s recent winning issues, both fans and pundits have expressed concern. Beneath the direction of the past manager, Chelsea made a phenomenal start to the season, winning games and illustrating a strong defense. Be that as it may, as seen by their poor exhibitions and unremarkable on-field endeavors, the team’s shape has as of late weakened. The club’s most recent cup loss served as a stark update on their issues. Chelsea had the larger part of the ball possession, but they did not capitalize on their openings, and a late goal fixed their destiny. The execution of Chelsea has been similarly loathsome. Chelsea’s execution within the league has too been poor with the squad struggling.
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This season marks the end of Chelsea’s three-year partnership with Three, the primary sponsor of Chelsea’s shirts, and, unsurprisingly, neither party is anticipating its renewal. As per sources, none will shed a tear for their horrible logo no longer being front and center on the shirts, especially after their quick decision to temporarily abandon the club and suspend their sponsorship in the wake of sanctions against then-owner Roman Abramovich last year.
While it’s odd to get too emotional either way about a perfectly inoffensive corporate sponsor that was throwing £40 million our way every season, no one will shed a tear for their horrible logo no longer being front and The Telegraph reports that Chelsea, led by Tom Glick, our newly appointed President of Business, is “in talks with several companies over a lucrative new front-of-shirt sponsor to replace Three.” This is a major deal for the club as it earns a high profit from shirt sales. Additionally, fans are looking forward to the opportunity to buy club shirts in the future.Read More »
The signing of the Roman Abramovich Era at Chelsea had been right back. His name wasn’t Paulo Ferreira but Glen Johnson and he was going to leave only a few years later.
According to the Evening Standard, Chelsea have reached an agreement and are set to appoint AS Monaco technical director Laurence Stewart as part of plans to build a new look transfer think tank. Co-owners Todd Boehly and Clearlake are set to restructure the transfer department of the club, and Stewart will form a group that will decide the transfer strategy. Stewart is an experienced man in the transfer strategy and performance analysis sector having worked as a lead scout and senior recruitment coordinator for RB Leipzig and Everton respectively before.
Wednesday night’s Champions League clash sees Chelsea host Austrian outfit RB Salzburg at Stamford Bridge in Graham Potter’s first game in charge of the Blues and his first in the Champions League. After a slow start to the season, Thomas Tuchel’s reign as head coach concluded with a 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb, after which he was sacked.
According to reputed Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, talks between Barcelona and Chelsea are progressing well, with the Blaugrana increasingly optimistic about securing the services of the Chelsea defender in the ongoing transfer window. Marcos Alonso has endured a rollercoaster ride since joining Chelsea from Fiorentina six years ago. While the Spaniard has been in and out of the starting lineups in the last half a dozen years, he has often delivered the goods, particularly when he has started as a left wing-back.
According to a report by Italian publication Corriere Dello Sport, Kalidou Koulibaly has made his intentions clear about his future. The Senegalese international – a target for Barcelona and Chelsea – seemingly does not want to remain in Serie A, as he will not join Juventus or sign a new contract with Napoli. Kalidou Koulibaly has spent most of his professional career with Napoli, joining the Partenopei when he was still a promising young defender. And the 31-year-old has come leaps and bounds in the last eight years, establishing himself as one of the best defenders in Serie A.