Chelsea ‘part company’ with key staff as Todd Boehly looks to fill crucial roles


Chelsea news: The Blues and their ownership group are looking to continue their overhaul at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have reportedly parted company with two key members of staff. American owner Todd Boehly has been extremely active in his attempts to overhaul club staff from top to bottom since joining over the summer and now that looks set to keep going.

Influential directors Marina Granovskaia and Petr Cech both left last summer while Bruce Buck joined them in heading for the Stamford Bridge exit. Head physiotherapist Thierry Laurent was dismissed as well amid the club’s ongoing injury pandemic and the changes haven’t stopped there.

According to a report by the Daily Mail, father and son combination Jason and Reisse Griffin have left their posts as head and assistant groundsman. Jason had been at the club for 30 years with high praise for the work done at Stamford Bridge, Cobham and Kingsmeadow.

As well as this, expert group Laurence Stewart, Christopher Vivell, Joe Shields and Paul Winstanley have all joined in a newlook and revamped recruitment department.


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