The Premier League has announced this week’s matches will feature a show of solidarity against Russia’s war on Ukraine, but in the midst of applause, Blues fans shouted Roman Abramo’s name. Wish came up, which Tuchel blamed as something inappropriate.
“Not this time.” Thomas Tuchel replied after being asked about the shouting. “Listen, if we show solidarity, We show solidarity and we should be together.”
“We kneel together. and if an important person of our club or another club dies We are not the time to send messages. It is a time of respect.”
“We do this because this is what UFABET we have to do as a club. We show respect as a club and we want our fans to accept this minute of applause.”
“At this moment we are doing it for Ukraine and there is no second opinion about the situation there. We send their heart and soul to them.”
“We should stand together as a club. It is not a time for communicating another message.”
Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel took aim at the British government over the weekend. After fans call out for chanting Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s name during Sunday’s victory over Newcastle.
Videos from Chelsea’s recent matches continue to surface on social media. Show fans chanting Abramovich’s name since he announce the sale of the team earlier this month. After being sanctioned by the British government following Russia’s attack on Ukraine.