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Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has blasted his own fans for chanting Roman Abramovich’s name while Turf Moor paid tribute to Ukraine ahead of their Premier League game.
“It’s not the right time for this. Listen, if we show solidarity, then show solidarity, and we should do that together,” said Tuchel after the game.
“We take a knee together and when an important person of our club or any other club sadly dies, we show a minute of respect. This is not the moment to convey other messages. It’s the moment to show respect.
“We do it because that’s what we are as a club. We show respect as a club and we need our fans to give in to that minute of applause.
“Right now we are doing it for Ukraine and there is no second opinion about the situation there. You have our thoughts and our support. We should stand together as a club. It is not the time for other messages.”
Chelsea have reportedly set a transfer fee for striker Armando Broja on loan.
The 20-year-old striker has scored nine times for Southampton this season, where he shone on the south coast.
And his form has alerted Arsenal and West Ham to his potential availability.
Now Tuttomercatoweb claims the Blues are ready to accept offers in the region of £58m for the Albania international.
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