Author: John Akwasi Mawuli Atidigah
According to the BBC, he is collecting documentation
Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea.
Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea. Collapse in the European Super League. With just two days of life, it loses its first founding member. According to the BBC, Chelsea is compiling the necessary documentation to request their exit from the Super League. Unanimous protests from the world of football, threats from UEFA, FIFA and Premier and rejection from his own fans would have undermined the morale of the London club.
According to the BBC, the exit would be a fact, although it remains to be known in what circumstances it occurs, if the signed contract is binding or what type of penalty Chelsea could face if it is unchecked, just two days after its foundation, from the Super League.
His departure could encourage other clubs such as Manchester City, who would also have doubts as reported in the English media.
The Chelsea fans had packed the surroundings of Stamford Bridge to prevent the team’s bus from reaching the stadium, but when they learned about the club’s decision to leave the Super League on social networks, they exploded with joy.
Roman Abramovich decided Chelsea could not go ahead with joining the ESL and, together with the board, he gave the green light for the club to start preparing documentation to pull out.
Chelsea’s intention to pull out of ESL will be provided either tonight or tomorrow morning.
Chelsea withdrawing from ESL is NOT a reaction to tonight’s events. Wheels were in motion earlier today.