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British government allows Chelsea to sell some tickets again

  British government allows Chelsea to sell some tickets again LONDON (AP) — The British government will allow Chelsea to sell some tickets again after easing the terms of its sanctioning license, ensuring the Champions League quarterfinal against Real Madrid is not played at an empty Stamford Bridge while denying the west London club the ability to gain financially. The reigning European and world champions had been banned from selling tickets after owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned for his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin amid the ongoing invasion on Ukraine.

Testé positif au Covid-19, il pourrait manquer le déplacement à Chelsea. © Provided by Sports.co.uk Positive to COVID-19, it might miss the trip to Chelsea.

Wednesday, the Real Madrid will move on the chelsea lawn in quarterfinals go from the Champions League. An important shock against the title European champion to continue dreaming of a championship-league championship.

❌. @mrancelotti sigue dando positivo

Hoy gets it otra pcr para tem so puejar viajar con el equipo.

SI NO, HARÍA OTRA PCR POR SI PUDIESE VIAJAR EL MISMO MIERCOLES

- Melchor Ruiz (@MelchorRuizcope) APRIL 4, 2022


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Madrid's Ancelotti likely to miss Chelsea game with COVID-19

  Madrid's Ancelotti likely to miss Chelsea game with COVID-19 MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid will likely be without coach Carlo Ancelotti for the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals against Chelsea because of COVID-19. Ancelotti tested positive for the coronavirus last week and did not travel to London with the rest of the squad on Tuesday. There was a possibility he could still make it for Wednesday’s match if he tests negative in time to travel. Ancelotti had already missed the team’s 2-1 win over Celta Vigo in the Spanish league on Saturday, when assistant coach Davide Ancelotti, his son, was among those in charge.

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But this move could be done without the Merengues Carlo Ancelotti coach. Positive at COVID-19 last week, the technician again realized a positive test this Monday in the morning, as Melchor Ruiz announced, Cope's Journalist of El Partdazo. A new test will be done during the day to determine if it may be part of the trip to London.

Already missing during the victory of his players on the lawn of the Celta Vigo (2-1) Saturday, so he missed the most important appointment of the season so far.

Steve Pagliuca's bid for Chelsea adds more sports executives .
The bid for Chelsea launched by Boston Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca has added Canadian sports tycoon Larry Tanenbaum ahead of Thursday's expected deadline for improved offers for the Premier League club. Tanenbaum, who was announced Wednesday as joining as co-managing partner of the bid, has ownership stakes in Toronto with the NBA's Raptors, the NHL's Maple Leafs and the city's MLS team. They face three rivals bidders for Chelsea, which was put up for sale by sanctioned Russian oligarch owner Roman Abramovich after the war on Ukraine was launched by President Vladimir Putin.

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