Chelsea moves to Japan



EPL giants, Chelsea has announced bracing Japan with it’s presence come the pre-season ahead of the 2019/20 season. This marks the first next campaign for the pre-season friendlies to hold. The blues are yet to confirm the venue of the game as well as the opponent to clash with.

Bruce Buck, Chelsea’s chairman mentioned: “We are looking forward to visiting Japan again and we will take the strongest squad possible to play in front of our fans there.”
Didier Drogba, Chelsea’s former striker and legend who is currently a club ambassador in Japan.

Didier Drogba said: “It will be an amazing experience for the Chelsea players to play in Japan.

“Having been here just 24 hours, I have already seen the passion football fans here in the country have so I am sure it will be a fantastic occasion for everybody.”

It’s no doubt that die hard fans and regular fans alike would be staking out some bets on different betting sites, on whose side would stand victorious at the end of the game or half. Such opportunity is one of a life time know both leagues player hard clash under any circumstances, so it’s one that would be made a lot of and from.

The first and only time Chelsea had visited Japan was during the 2012 Club World Championship after completing the tournament. During which the team was been managed by Rafa Benitez. The blues made it to the finals but lost to the Brazilian side Corinthians.

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