Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich insists every managerial change he has sanctioned since buying the Blues has been made pragmatically and with the long-term ambitions of the club in mind.
Roman Abramovic said: “definitely focused on performance, it is at the same time supportive, inclusive and diverse. Both elements are critical to our success and one does not work without the other. I think we are pragmatic in our choices. And we are comfortable making the right changes at the right time to ensure we can achieve our long-term ambitions. I hope it also says something about the clarity of the long-term ambition of the club. Those who join understand the objectives both on the pitch, as well as the wider positive role the club plays in the community. The ambitions are as true now as they were when I first became owner. I hope that can be seen through the work we have been doing on and off the pitch over the last 17 years. I think the trophies speak for themselves and show what we as a club have been able to achieve over these years. It’s my goal for us to keep winning trophies going forward and build for the future.”
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