Martin Spencer, a former chief executive of Chelsea, has passed away.
At the age of 89, Spencer, who served as Chelsea’s primary financial counselor, passed away.
Prior to their Thursday night Premier League match against Fulham, Chelsea released a statement on its website.
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Part of the statement stated, “Chartered accountant Martin Spencer, who served as Chelsea’s primary financial advisor in the late 1970s and early 1980s, has passed away at the age of 89. Spencer diligently guided the club away from the rocks of financial oblivion.
His efforts were so outstanding that he was given the position of chief executive, making him one of the first people in football to do so.
However, Chelsea offers its condolences to Spencer’s loved ones.
In 1976, Spencer entered Chelsea’s orbit.
Recall that Co-owner of Chelsea Todd Boehly has resigned from his temporary position as the team’s sports director, which he began in June 2022. Gossipinfo News
Boehly was appointed following notable individuals Soon after he arrived, Petr Cech and Marina Ganovskaia left the club.
The American has been in charge of spending about £350 million ($426.5 million) on players, including the most recent purchases made in January, but according to The Telegraph, Boehly has chosen to step down and hand over responsibility for Chelsea’s hiring process to recent hires Christopher Vivell and Paul Winstanley.