Roman Abramowitsch, Besitzer des FC Chelsea, soll Edvard Munchs Gemälde «Der Schrei» für rund Millionen Franken ersteigert haben. Hat der FC Chelsea bald einen neuen Besitzer? Roman Abramowitsch soll einen Verkauf des Premier-League-Klubs forcieren. Am 1. Juli kaufte Roman Abramowitsch den FC Chelsea. Seitdem soll er mehr als 1,5 Milliarden Euro in den englischen Verein investiert.
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Das Europa-League-Startrecht interessiert da weniger. Berichten zufolge hat Abramowitsch seine Direktoren angewiesen, die amerikanische Investmentbank Raine Group zu beauftragen, nach potenziellen Käufern in den USA, Asien und im arabischen Raum zu fahnden.
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Du kannst jede Einwilligung wieder widerrufen. Abramovich was awarded the Order of Honour for his "huge contribution to the economic development of the autonomous district [of Chukotka]", by a decree signed by the President of Russia.
In early July , it was announced that President Dmitri Medvedev had accepted Abramovich's request to resign as governor of Chukotka, although his various charitable activities in the region would continue.
Berezovsky alleged in that Abramovich harassed him with "threats and intimidation" to cheat him to sell his valuable shares of Sibneft at less than their true worth.
On 31 August , the High Court dismissed the lawsuit. The High Court judge stated that because of the nature of the evidence, the case hinged on whether to believe Berezovsky or Abramovich's evidence.
The judge found Berezovsky to be "an unimpressive, and inherently unreliable witness, who regarded truth as a transitory, flexible concept, which could be moulded to suit his current purposes", whereas Abramovich was seen as "a truthful, and on the whole, reliable witness".
In , The Times reported that court papers showed Abramovich admitting that he paid billions of dollars for political favours and protection fees to obtain a big share of Russia's oil and aluminium assets.
Yugraneft, an affiliate of Sibir Energy , is seeking billions of dollars in damages in a lawsuit in London against Abramovich and his investment company Millhouse Capital, alleging that he was cheated out of its Russian assets.
Abramovich's spokesman indicated that the loan had previously been repaid. Russia's antitrust body, the Federal Antimonopoly Service , claimed that Evraz Holding, owned in part by Abramovich, had breached Russian competition law by offering unfavorable terms for contractors and discriminating against domestic consumers for coking coal , a key material used in steel production.
According to Putin, Abramovich has been cheated by Ukrainian-Cypriot-Israeli oligarch Igor Kolomoyskyi.
Putin claimed in that Kolomoyskyi had reneged on a contract with Abramovich, saying that the pair signed a multibillion-dollar deal on which Kolomoyskyi never delivered.
In June , Abramovich became the owner of the companies that control Chelsea Football Club in West London. The previous owner of the club was Ken Bates, who went on to buy Leeds United.
Chelsea immediately embarked on an ambitious programme of commercial development, with the aim of making it a worldwide brand on a par with footballing dynasties such as Manchester United and Real Madrid , and also announced plans to build a new state-of-the-art training complex in Cobham, Surrey.
Since the takeover, the club has won 16 major trophies — the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League twice, the Premier League five times, the FA Cup five times with providing the club's first ever league and FA Cup double , and the League Cup three times, making Chelsea the second most successful English trophy winning team in the decade with 16 honours, behind only Manchester United with 17 honours in the same time span.
His tenure has also been marked by rapid turnover in managers, who can be fired if they do not bring immediate success and maintain it. Chelsea finished their first season after the takeover in second place in the Premier League , up from fourth the previous year.
For Abramovich's second season at Stamford Bridge , Mourinho was recruited as the new manager, replacing the incumbent Claudio Ranieri. Chelsea ended the —05 season as league champions for the first time in 50 years and only the second time in their history.
Abramovich is present at nearly every Chelsea game and shows visible emotion during matches, a sign taken by supporters to indicate a genuine love for the sport, and usually visits the players in the dressing room following each match.
This stopped for a time in early , when press reports appeared of a feud between Abramovich and manager Mourinho regarding the performance of certain players, notably Andriy Shevchenko.
In the early hours of 20 September , Mourinho announced his exit as Chelsea manager by mutual consent with the club following a meeting with the board.
Mourinho reportedly told Grant not to interfere in team affairs but, with Abramovich's backing, Grant's profile at the club rose after he was made a member of the board.
This event apparently did not go down well with Mourinho and may have contributed to his surprise departure. Nevertheless, on 24 May , Grant was sacked as manager by Abramovich.
On 11 June , it was announced that Luiz Felipe Scolari , who had taken Brazil to World Cup glory in , would be taking over as manager, but he only lasted until 9 February before being sacked.
In February , acclaimed coach Guus Hiddink was appointed caretaker manager for the rest of the —09 season, delivering Chelsea's first post-Mourinho trophy with the FA Cup.
Hiddink was replaced by another former European Cup winning boss, Carlo Ancelotti. In May , Ancelotti took Chelsea to their first league and FA Cup "double" in his first season as manager.
Ancelotti was sacked as manager at the end of his second season with the club in May Villas-Boas, however, was sacked in on 4 March due to a bad run of form, with only one win in 11 games.
The next manager was Roberto Di Matteo , who was appointed to this role after winning the Champions League and the FA Cup serving in a caretaker capacity.
He won Chelsea the —13 UEFA Europa League against Benfica before leaving at the end of his term as interim manager. Before the first game of the —14 season against Hull City on 18 August , the Russian thanked Chelsea supporters for ten years of support in a short message on the front cover of the match programme, saying, "We have had a great decade together and the club could not have achieved it all without you.
Thanks for your support and here's to many more years of success. On 4 April , it was confirmed Antonio Conte had signed a three-year contract.
The Italian officially took over at Stamford Bridge, replacing interim manager Guus Hiddink after guiding his country to the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro Conte had two successful years as head coach of Chelsea after being appointed in April , winning the title in his first season and the FA Cup in his second.
Despite the FA Cup success, he led Chelsea finished fifth in the league at the end of the —18 season , missing out on Champions League qualification.
Conte was dismissed as Chelsea manager on 13 July On 14 July , Maurizio Sarri was appointed manager of Chelsea, replacing Antonio Conte who was sacked the day before.
However, despite winning the Europa League, reaching the EFL Cup final and finishing 3rd, he departed after just one season, leaving for Italian giants Juventus.
The departure was marked as Sarri wanted to leave, as compared to all other managers under Abramovich's tenure who were dismissed.
Abramovich was set to invest hundreds of millions of pounds for the construction of the stadium. UEFA rules prevent one person owning more than one team participating in UEFA competitions, so Abramovich has no equity interest in CSKA.
A lawyer, Alexandre Garese, is one of his partners in CSKA. Following an investigation, Abramovich was cleared by UEFA of having a conflict of interest.
In May , CSKA won the UEFA Cup , becoming the first Russian club ever to win a major European football competition. In October , however, Abramovich sold his interest in Sibneft and the company's new owner Gazprom , which sponsors Zenit Saint Petersburg , cancelled the sponsorship deal.
Abramovich also played a large role in bringing Guus Hiddink to Russia to coach the Russia national football team.
In addition to his involvement in professional football, Abramovich sponsors a foundation in Russia called the National Academy of Football.
The organization sponsors youth sports programs throughout the country and has constructed more than fifty football pitches in various cities and towns.
It also funds training programs for coaches, prints instruction materials, renovates sports facilities and takes top coaches and students on trips to visit professional football clubs in England, the Netherlands and Spain.
In the Academy of Football took over the administration of the Konoplyov football academy at Primorsky, near Togliatti , Samara Oblast , where over 1, youths are in residence, following the death at 38 of its founder, Yuri Konoplev.
Abramovich has reportedly donated more money to charity than any other living Russian. Abramovich sponsored an exhibition of photographs of Uzbekistan by renowned Soviet photographer Max Penson — which opened on 29 November at the Gilbert Collection at Somerset House in London.
He previously funded the exhibition "Quiet Resistance: Russian Pictorial Photography s—s" at the same gallery in In May , Abramovich emerged as a major buyer in the international art auction market.
His partner Dasha Zhukova is managing a Garage Center for Contemporary Culture - gallery of contemporary art in Moscow that was initially housed in the historical Bakhmetevsky Bus Garage building by Konstantin Melnikov.
The building, neglected for decades and partially taken apart by previous tenants, was restored in — and reopened to the public in September Speed and expense of restoration is credited to sponsorship by Abramovich.
Abramovich has become the world's greatest spender on luxury yachts , and always maintains a fleet of yachts which the media have called "Abramovich's Navy": .
It is known as The Bandit  due to its livery. Originally the aircraft was ordered by Hawaiian Airlines but the order was cancelled and Abramovich bought it from Boeing and refitted it to his own requirements by Andrew Winch , who designed the interior and exterior.
The aircraft has the same air missile avoidance system as Air Force One. The party took place in Moscow and appears to have been the inspiration for Williams' song " Party Like a Russian ".
In May , Abramovich became an Israeli citizen a month after the UK delayed renewing his visa. Following the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal , British authorities delayed the renewal of his visa, as tensions rose between the UK and Russia.
Abramovich, who is Russian Jewish, exercised his right under Israel's Law of Return , which states that Jews from anywhere in the world can become citizens of Israel.
As an Israeli, Abramovich can now visit Britain visa-free but not permitted to work or conduct business transactions.
Abramovich owns the Varsano boutique hotel in Tel Aviv 's Neve Tzedek neighborhood, which he bought for million NIS in from Gal Gadot 's husband Yaron Varsano and Varsano's brother Guy.
Abramovich has also invested in more than a dozen Israeli startups including rapid-battery charger technology developer Storedot. In , Abramovich applied for residency in Switzerland, intending to move to the ski resort of Verbier.
Swiss authorities denied the application after the Swiss Federal Office of Police concluded that Abramovich was under "suspicion of money laundering and presumed contacts with criminal organisations", and that his assets were "at least partially of illegal origin".
Abramovich unsuccessfully took legal action to prevent Swiss media from reporting on the matter, and denied the allegations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
In this Eastern Slavic name , the patronymic is Arkadyevich and the family name is Abramovich.