Chelsea’s Roman Abramovich takes new decision as fight escalates between Ukraine and Russia
Roman Abramovich has continued to do all in his power to make sure that peace return to the troubled area after he handed over Chelsea to six trustees.
The Russian billionaire is now attempting to broker peace between Russia and Ukraine, the Chelsea owner’s spokesperson has confirmed.
The Russian-Isreal billionaire handed stewardship and care of Chelsea to the club foundation trustees on Saturday a move aimed to protect the Stamford Bridge club.
The Russian businessman has been sole proprietor of the club since June 2003. Since he bought the club, he has helped Chelsea to secure five Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups, two Champions League crowns, and two Europa League trophies.
He stepped down as the manager of Chelsea, meaning he won’t make decisions for the club any longer.
He as since then planned to talk peace between Russia and Ukraine to stop the war going on between the two countries which has caused death of many innocent people.
Not only Roman has been punished but all other Russian company has been stopped for now in a bid to stop the on going war.