It is reported that the co-presidents of the club, Todd Boehly and Eghbali, spoke to the squad in the locker room after the Blues once again put on a dismal performance, which resulted in their being booed off the field by their very own fans.
Following the conclusion of the match, a video of Eghbali was uploaded to the internet, in which a number of Chelsea supporters could be seen chasing after him and hurling questions at him.
As Eghbali was spotted jumping into the back of a black vehicle, he was assisted by a security guy who was also present.
Take note of how rapidly he is traveling! A Chelsea fan was heard chanting on the surveillance footage immediately before the door of the automobile slammed shut.
Since Boehly and Eghbali took over for Roman Abramovich, Chelsea’s fortunes have been on the decline. Despite the club’s large player expenditures during the previous season, Chelsea finished in a surprising low 12th position in the top division.
This season has not been any better for the west Londoners, and the strain is increasing as a result of the fact that they have only one victory through their first six games in the Premier League.
Gary Neville, on the other side, voiced his dissatisfaction with the administration of Chelsea after their defeat at the hands of Villa at Stamford Bridge.
I was wondering how Chelsea is doing. During one of his podcasts, he remarked. “What exactly is going on? I have a lot of faith in Mauricio Pochettino as a manager, but he has a lot of cards and isn’t sure which hand to play yet.
What exactly is going on at Chelsea remains a conundrum. Occasionally, a club will just devolve into complete anarchy. In my opinion, they might decide to change the manner that they operate their company. The current trajectory of events is not likely to persist, in my opinion. It’s beyond reason.