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Chelsea could wear ‘peace’ on front of shirts to replace Three after £120m sponsorship is axed as Tuchel hints at change


CHELSEA manager Thomas Tuchel will be happy if the club displays a peace message on the front of their shirts.

Mobile phone company Three has suspended its shirt sponsorship with the club and has asked for its logo to be removed.


Chelsea boss Tuchel is open to the Blues displaying a peace message on their shirt amid the war in Ukraine[/caption]


The Blues’ sponsors Three have suspended its shirt sponsorship and asked for its logo to be removed[/caption]

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A slew of Chelsea’s other sponsors are considering cutting ties with the club after the club’s owner Abramovich was slapped with sanctions[/caption]

The logo still appeared on the front of the shirts for Thursday’s 3-1 win at Norwich but it will be removed ahead of Sunday’s home game with Newcastle.

Tuchel was asked whether a peace message should appear in its place.

He said: “We can always wear a message for peace. It can never be the wrong message.

“When it’s a big storm you dig in, you hold together, you stay strong and go through it. But a message for peace can never be wrong.”


Financially, Chelsea will be hit massively with a string of sponsors all wanting to end their association with the club.

Hyundai and Zapp might join Three in pulling out of their deals with the Blues after club owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned.

The Blues have been blocked from selling home and away match tickets and merchandise sales have also been halted as a result of Abramovich’s impediment.

The Rusian’s woes have left The Blues facing bankruptcy in just 17 DAYS it’s been claimed by the Mail.


The West London club reportedly have enough cash to get them through until March 28.

And the fear of going broke has prompted Chelsea chiefs to beg the government to relent and allow them to offload the club to stay afloat.

The Blues expend a whopping £28million a month on wages for their star players.

But recent accounts have shown that they only have £16million in the bank.

The Champions League holders may yet find a saviour in Blues fan and British billionaire Nick Candy who is intent on buying the club despite the chaos it’s engulfed in.

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