Timo Werner recounts small day-to-day changes at Chelsea since UK government sanctions


Interviewed by the Mirror, Chelsea striker Timo Werner spoke about the impact of anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the British government against the London club and its president, Roman Abramovich. This has thus generated changes in the organization of the club, especially during travel where the Blues had to adapt to budget cuts.

“For example, our bags and belongings had to be taken out of our rooms at 11 a.m. when we had a Champions League game, whereas previously they could stay as long as we wanted in our rooms. It’s little things like that (…) We felt that we could no longer come to matches with two buses, we had to be a little tighter, we had to save money at certain times.explained the German striker.

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