Todd Boehly ‘set to miss Chelsea’s final game of the season against Newcastle’… with co-owner missing ‘walk of shame’ after Blues’ dismal campaign
- Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is set to miss the club’s final game of the season
- Boehly prepares to be absent as Chelsea end a hot campaign against Newcastle
- The owner of Chelsea is said to have business to attend to in America
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly will reportedly not be present for the club’s final game of the season at home to Newcastle.
It has been a torrid campaign for the Blues, who have lacked cohesion on and off the pitch.
Chelsea are currently in 12th place and the highest they can finish is 11th, while they could possibly finish as low as 14th.
According to The Telegraph, Boehly, who also owns the LA Dodgers and LA Lakers, is not at Stamford Bridge because he has business to attend to in America.
Boehly will therefore miss the ‘lap of appreciation’ after the game, although the report suggests it will more likely be a walk of shame.
Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is set to miss the club’s final game of the season against Newcastle
Boehly will miss out for Chelsea’s ‘walk of shame’ following a dreadful campaign
In terms of points, this will be Chelsea’s worst ever Premier League campaign – the highest they have managed is 46, with their previous worst tally coming in 1993-94 when they took 51 points.
Chelsea have a massive squad after spending heavily on players since Boehly took over the club.
They started the campaign with Thomas Tuchel as manager before Graham Potter took over. Potter left in April and Bruno Saltor had a short spell in interim charge before Frank Lampard was put in caretaker charge until the end of the season.
Lampard has won just one of his ten games in charge since returning to the club.
Frank Lampard has won just one of his ten matches since being put in caretaker charge
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