Good news for Chelsea fans as owner says he will increase funding to the club
By Boligo86 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1742 views
Chelsea have always spend big in the transfer market and are still willing to do so in other to build a team that can compete on all fronts.
In that wake of racial abuse received by Reece James on social media few days ago, chelsea owner Roman Abrahimovic have come out publicly to support Reece James and also promised the club of his unflinching support financially, promising to personally increase the club funding on that area. Here is exactly what he said "I have directed the board to increase the clubs efforts in this area and I will personally direct more funds towards this important work we are doing. This was made known to the players through the letter he wrote to all the players following Reece James racial abuse.
Recall that since Roman Abrahimovic took over chelsea in 2003 he has continued to invest heavily on the team and also on the social responsibilities.
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