Chelsea Blues think they are in a game of Football Manager –

On all fronts during this summer transfer window, the Chelsea Blues provoke mockery. Todd Boehly, new owner of the club, would be in the process of achieving a mercato without tail or head, worthy of Football Manager.

Successor to Roman Abramovich at the head of Chelsea, Todd Boehly quickly displayed his ambitions by wanting to continue the work done by his predecessors before him. In this context, the American businessman seems to have given full powers to Thomas Tuchel who are pushing the Blues to multiply the tracks. A dispersed transfer window that pushes the London team into the spotlight and a shower of criticism from Gary Neville, guest of the podcast The overlap : ” LAmerican Todd Boehly, looks like he wants to play Football Manager. He wanders around a bit and at the club they now seem a bit panicked. […] We wonder if he comes for Frenkie de Jong because he feels like he has to do something. […] He wouldn’t have had this pressure if he had kept the people who were there and let them manage for a year or two.

An omnipresence on the front of the stage which particularly embarrasses the former glory of Manchester United: “ Let’s be clear, first they react to what is available and what other clubs are doing, finally launched Gary Neville. Secondly, we hear the name of Todd Boehly too much, it takes up too much space. Look what they’re doing at Manchester City, Txiki Begiristain is the sporting director.

Leave a Comment