A Chelsea fan has demanded an apology from Blues proprietor Roman Abramovich for the membership’s try to hitch a European Tremendous League.
Chelsea followers protested exterior of Stamford Bridge forward of their sport in opposition to Brighton on Tuesday night, which led to kick-off being delayed by 15 minutes as Thomas Tuchel’s males had been held to a goalless draw.
Abramovich’s Chelsea together with Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City, Manchester United and Tottenham have all since withdrawn from the breakaway competitors.
And Blues fan Phil needs Abramovich to ‘have the decency’ and publicly apologise to supporters.
He informed talkSPORT: “There’s a lot I wish to say.
“Initially, I’m so proud, it’s nice to be a fan, not only a Chelsea fan, however for the followers all around the nation. We’re going to do it once more if it occurs.
“I’d wish to say a giant thanks to them. One other thanks that’s been forgotten is for the media.
“Folks such as you that give us a voice so we are able to say this as a result of with out you we’d be nothing actually. A giant thanks to all of the presenters on talkSPORT.
“We stood exterior of Stamford Bridge final evening. We moved out of the way in which as a result of it was Brighton.
“I’m simply questioning if we might have moved out of the way in which if it was City or United or Tottenham or Liverpool? They’re saying do away with Bruce Buck? Truthful sufficient.
“However doesn’t it additionally imply Mr Abramovich as nicely? We’re not going to listen to from him – we by no means do.
“He ought to have the decency to return out and apologise. For as soon as in his life he ought to say, ‘sorry!’”