In the midst of the turbulence about the Russian club owner Roman Abramovich, Kai Hanctz has brought a last minute victory to the Champions League winner FC Chelsea. With his late goal, the former Leverkusener secured the blues a 1-0 (0: 0) against Newcastle United – one day after the discontinuation of the oligarch as a club board.

Team Manager Thomas Tuchel celebrated the winner on the sideline and then expressed himself to his future. “There is no doubt that I can stay until the end of the season,” said the former Bundesliga coach, but surprised: “We have to wait for the day, because everything can change. The club is for sale, hopefully that is going through.”

Tuchel had recently been associated with Manchester United. There Ralf Rangnick is only under contract until the end of the season as a team manager, then he becomes advisor.

The club world champion was not able to reduce his significant superiority in goals for a long time. First, HAVERTZ awarded a grand chance (77.), then the 22-year-old still met (89.). With the fifth victory in a row, Chelsea strengthened third place in the Premier League.

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On Saturday, the League abramovich had withdrawn the leadership of the club. This decision follows on far-reaching sanctions of the British government against the Russians.

However, the measure of the Premier League is likely to have no further consequences, they do not work out “to perform the possibilities of clubs, training units and competitive games,” said in the message of the league.

Abramovich had already announced the sale of the FC Chelsea anyway, but this was exposed for the time being due to the sanctions. In addition, the blues may only play thanks to a special license in the Premier League.

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