Chelsea Managers Since 2000 : Dwelling upon the ever growing pile of managers to have been given the job under Roman
Ever since he’s taken over control of Chelsea, Roman Abramovich has taken on the identity of one of the most ruthless owners in the world of sport. Not just football or the Premier League, the Russian has been revered as a no nonsense figure, a ruthless man who spares no expense to taste consummate success.
And Frank Lampard has become the latest to taste the brunt of Roman Abramovich’s fury with the club wielding the axe on the manager. The club confirmed the latest development on Monday with the side failing to earmark any more faith in the manager who has the lowest points per game ever as the club’s manager.
Full List Of Chelsea Managers Under Roman Abramovich
With Thomas Tuchel set to be announced as the side’s new manager, we take a look at all the names to have been handed over the reigns of the club ever since Roman purchased the London side.
04/07/2019 – 25/01/2021
14/07/2018 – 30/06/2019
01/07/2016 – 13/07/2018
20/12/2015 – 30/06/2016
18/12/2015 – 19/12/2015
01/07/2013 – 17/12/2015
21/11/2012 – 30/06/2013
Roberto Di Matteo
05/03/2012 – 21/11/2012
01/07/2011 – 04/03/2012
01/07/2009 – 30/06/2011
16/02/2009 – 30/06/2009
10/02/2009 – 15/02/2009
Luiz Felipe Scolari
01/07/2008 – 09/02/2009
20/09/2007 – 24/05/2008
01/07/2004 – 19/09/2007
18/09/2000 – 30/06/2004
Chelsea Relieve Lampard Of Duties
“However, recent results and performances have not met the Club’s expectations, leaving the Club mid-table without any clear path to sustained improvement. There can never be a good time to part ways with a club legend such as Frank, but after lengthy deliberation and consideration it was decided a change is needed now to give the Club time to improve performances and results this season,” the statement read.
“This was a very difficult decision for the Club, not least because I have an excellent personal relationship with Frank and I have the utmost respect for him. He is a man of great integrity and has the highest of work ethics. However, under current circumstances we believe it is best to change managers.
“On behalf of everyone at the Club, the Board and personally, I would like to thank Frank for his work as Head Coach and wish him every success in the future. He is an important icon of this great club and his status here remains undiminished. He will always be warmly welcomed back at Stamford Bridge,” Abramovich said.