Chelsea’s future uncertain after FA Cup final loss to Liverpool

Persistent familiarity is Chelsea fans after Liverpool-Liverpool-hy-vong-se-gianh-cup-fa-dau-tien-duoi-trieu-hlv-klopp-post1458442.html” target=”_blank”>FA Cup The common feeling of the final against Liverpool, a draw, a missed opportunity, a 0-0 draw in 120 minutes, a penalty kick loss, Chelsea lost to Liverpool in the cup final, the FA ended in the early morning of this morning (May 15), exactly the same as a loss In the English League Cup final, Chelsea tried to reach a cup final and dragged the game into a penalty shootout, but the outcome was a scene from scratch.

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Chelsea have come home empty-handed this season


In the difficult and difficult season of having to say goodbye to owner Roman Abramovich, he was fully punished by the British government, unfortunately lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals, and had to fight to keep the top four until the final round, Chelsea Hope to get a champion to soothe the spirits. But that didn’t happen.

Mason Mount’s nervous and concerned look before the decisive penalty shootout summed it up in a bid to find the reason for Chelsea’s defeat. While the Liverpool players were psychologically comfortable, Chelsea entered the series with a nervous mind. Stamford Bridge didn’t really get over a loss to Liverpool in the Carabao Cup final and the storm all season long.

Perhaps Chelsea has lost its spiritual fulcrum when a player in a leadership role like Cesar Azpilicueta is still sidelined. However, facing Chelsea is far more difficult than the grief of a cup defeat. Roman Abramovich’s reign at Stamford Bridge has been rocky for 19 years. Chelsea are new owners and an immediate move would be too risky for the London team.

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Chelsea (right) could be in turmoil under new owners


After beating two billionaires Sir Martin Broughton (former chairman of British Airways) and Stephen Pagliuca (chairman of Atlanta club and Boston Celtics basketball team), American billionaire Todd Boley won the right to buy Chelsea. Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss’ US-Swiss union took over in early May and are finalizing transfer documents to confirm it is the official owner of Chelsea.

The doubt is whether the US-Swiss alliance has turned Chelsea into a “golden egg” like Manchester United (MU) under the Glazer brothers. Any bad change in the superstructure could destroy the most traditionally rich teams, but the examples of Manchester United, Liverpool or AC Milan, past and present, remain intact.

Chelsea have made a name for themselves over the years thanks to Abramovich’s bottomless pockets. The Russian billionaire’s generosity has helped Chelsea become a giant, and even after becoming a European powerhouse with two Champions League titles over the past decade, Chelsea still needs strong investment, especially this summer.

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Liverpool are having another successful season


Antonio Rudiger is about to move to Real Madrid. Andreas Christensen and Cesar Azpilicueta prepare to travel to Barcelona. Marcos Alonso and Romelu Lukaku could also leave, heralding a turbulent summer for Chelsea. If the troops are not replenished in time, the Stamford Bridge team is in danger of collapse.

Of course, Chelsea has a lot of bright spots ahead. It has been a stable financial base for the past 5 years, thanks to high-value sponsorship contracts and reasonable purchases. Chelsea have a young squad led by one of the top tactical minds, Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea’s youth system, women’s football… are all at a high level.

The factor investors care most about, however, is the ability to compete for big names. Chelsea missed the chance to show this, double defeating Liverpool in the domestic league, allowing Real Madrid to knock out the Champions League despite their dominance, or being beaten by Liverpool to Manchester City in the Premier League. Tuchel’s teachers and students need reform, but it’s a big question mark whether boss Todd Boley has the patience.