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“I will not build a club following the model of Man United”

19 Mar 2022 | 09:32 | Football

 Nick Candy shows his determination to maintain Chelsea’s position if he successfully buys the London team.

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Sharing with the press, billionaire Nick Candy affirmed that he will continue to spend heavily on the market if he successfully buys Chelsea. Nick Candy through the Blue Football Consortium has made a bid of £ 2.5 billion to own the Blues from Roman Abramovich.

Nick and his brother Christian Candy are real estate investors, holding many valuable lands and buildings around the world. Besides Nick Candy, Hansjorg Wyss and Todd Boehley are other potential partners who are likely to succeed in the acquisition of Chelsea.

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The 49-year-old billionaire is a heavyweight partner to buy Chelsea. 

Nick Candy will have support from a number of other partners including from the US, Europe and Korea. The problems on the pitch and the transfer market follow the model. Over the past twenty years, Chelsea have had great success on the pitch. Chelsea play glorious football, win everything. Roman does it What an incredible job for his team, ” Nick Candy told The Sun.

If I were the owner of Chelsea, I wouldn’t have pushed Bruce Buck and Marina Granovskaia. If they wanted to stay, I would. But I wouldn’t build the club on the model of Man United . We need it. there’s a new standard of club management ,” said Nick Candy.

Why does the club have a rich owner but the fans hate them? We have 100 million fans in China, more than 80 million fans in India, 70 million people in SEA …..” the 49-year-old billionaire commented. essay.