Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich said the London club’s glittering trophy cabinet justified the high turnover of managers under his stewardship.
Chelsea has had 14 managers since Russian billionaire Abramovich bought the club in 2003, with Thomas Tuchel the latest to take over the hot seat at Stamford Bridge after replacing Frank Lampard in January.
During that period, Chelsea has won 16 major trophies, including the Champions League, UEFA Europa League twice and five Premier League crowns.
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“I think the trophies speak for themselves and show what we have been able to achieve, and it’s my goal for us to keep winning trophies and build for the future,” Abramovich told Forbes in an article published on Friday.
“Chelsea has a very rich history, and I feel extremely fortunate to play a part in that. The club was here before me…