Sounds like very little?
Everyone is s**t scared of Russia, the whole worlds is just sitting still letting them invade another country. It's just so crazy.Poland’s FA and players said they will not play their World Cup qualifying playoff against Russia next month because of the invasion of Ukraine, with Sweden later adding their voice to the stancewww.theguardian.com
Just ban them already. Yet it would be typical FIFA to ban Kenya and Zimbabwe for government interference yet leave a country who's perpetrating an invasion alone being the morally bankrupt organisation they are.
I think him selling the club is a real possibility now. Today might be the first step to that eventual outcome.TBH nothing, to me it's just him trying to distance himself from the club so we don't get mud on us too.
I'm at a stage where i hope he sells.
If he sells the club surely he calls in for his debts. With the Western world making financial sanctions against Putin and his supporters he'll need to get some of his money out of chelsea
If he leaves does he take havertz with him ?
That's what I mean. Surely the sale price is going to be quite inflated with all that debt
I reckon he'd hold out. Even if he sold and his personal assets are being frozen he'd struggle to see any of what Chelsea owe him.Would it? Everyone knows Roman needs to sell right now. He would be in a terrible barganning position.
My guess is he hopes to ride out the current Ukraine conflict. Distance hinself from runnijg the club (done). Wait for it to finish; let the dust settle. Then sell the club for top dollar.