Chelsea fan group is asking for disgruntled board members to resign

The Chelsea Supporters’ Belief has referred to as for the board members of the European Tremendous League saga to resign.

On Tuesday, the Blues overturned their decision to enter a new European competition.

They had been soon joined by the remainder of the ‘Huge Six’, as well as Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan.

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Chelsea’s goalless draw with Brighton he was affected by fan protests outside Stamford Bridge.

The technical adviser and former player Petr Cech referred to as for persistence, anticipating that the membership would soon leave the ESL.

They did so hours later, however the Chelsea Supporters Belief believes extra motion is required.

A statement was read: “It has been confirmed that CFC are formally withdrawing their intention to join the European Tremendous League.

“Though it is a large win for followers worldwide, our struggle to safe the membership’s proper future will continue.

“The CST is horrified by the tone and falsehood of the assertion issued by CFC in the present day. We ask for a full and detailed clarification as to why the board determined to desert the European competition and for CFC to clarify why they joined the Tremendous League with out prior session with their loyal supporters.

“We’re disappointed that an apology has not been included within the assertion.

“Our membership’s legacy was put at risk for what seemed to be purely monetary gain.

“The CST presently has little or no confidence in our present board-level management.

“On Monday [club chairman] Bruce Buck closely defended CFC’s plan to stay within the Tremendous League at a fan discussion board assembly.

“Buck side by side [CEO] Man Laurence appears to have given no consideration to the loyal followers, so their jobs would appear unsustainable going forward. ”

All six sides of the Premier League have issued statements about their involvement and subsequent withdrawal from the ESL.

Liverpool proprietor John W Henry appeared in public to apologize to Reds followers.

Extra apologies, alongside precise change, wanted if followers wish to regain some belief within the individuals working their beloved golf equipment.


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