Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Roman Abramovich Remove Over £ 1 Billion For Chelsea Since 2003

Chelsea must always appear in the Champions League if you do not want to swallow bigger losses. Since taking over Chelsea in 2003, Roman Abramovich hardly stop shopping and experimented players. How much money has been issued by the skipper of oil from Russia to finance it all?

The Mirror reported Red Roman, Roman Abramovich so once called the British press, has issued over £ 1 billion, equivalent to Rp 14.2 trillion, since taking over Chelsea from the hands of Ken Bates in 2003. This calculation comes after Chelsea's management announced the club's financial performance which ends in June 2011. Mentioned, Chelsea's record £ 222 million in revenue, but lost £ 67.7 million

Compared to the end of the year 2010, the number of current losses decreased slightly. For Abramovich, the total losses sustained since buying Chelsea to £ 630 million. When coupled with the money spent when Abramovich bought Chelsea, the total money spent on the skipper reached £ 970 million. This amount does not include players spending the summer of 2011 until January 2012.

Before the Roman held Abramovch, Chelsea often experience financial difficulty to pay the salaries of players and pay for the competition. Ken Bates, the Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich continues to owe until the end could not membayar.Total Ken Bates told Abramovich debt, plus interest, was £ 340 million. Bates eventually offer a 98 percent stake in the club to cover all debts. Bids conversion Abramovich gladly accepted.

Since in the hands of Abramovich, Chelsea became an active player in the transfer market. The biggest expenditure is done when Abramovich took Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge, and construction of the Blues as one force in the Premier League began. Substitution coaches, and shopping action every season, making Roman Abramovich must continue to spend that seemed never dry. Finally, Abramovich spends approximately £ 70 million to buy Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku, Thibaut Courtois, Raul Meireles in the summer of 2011 and Gary Cahill and Kevin de Bruyne in January 2012.

This amount does not include compensation to be paid Abramovich to get coach Andre Villas-Boas from Porto for - according to reliable sources - £ 13 million. Thus, the total money spent Abramovich in nine years to reach over £ 1 billion. It's hard to explain how Chelsea can comply Financial UEFA Fair Play, if all the money spent Abramovich entered into the investment field.

Bruce Buck, Chelsea chairman, said the Blues are now being focused on efforts to comply with the Financial UEFA Fair Play. The trick, the player transfer costs dimortisasi - divide the length of player contracts - so that operational losses per season can be suppressed. On the other hand, the magnitude of the cost Chelsea every season to make the club should always be present in the Champions League. If not, Chelsea will lose income £ 40 million.

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