Boehly calls for patience with Chelsea’s project insisting “anything really good takes a little bit of time”

Todd Boehly has called for patience with Chelsea’s project stating “anything really good takes a little bit of time.”

Boehly and Clearlake took over the club nearly two years ago and it’s safe to say things haven’t exactly gone to plan since.

The Blues finished 12th in the Premier League last season and the new ownership have already hired three different managers if you include Frank Lampard’s interim role at the end of last season.

Boehly calls for patience

Everything from top to bottom has changed at Chelsea in just under two years, from the hierarchy to the coaching staff and the players.

Despite showing huge ambition in the transfer market and spending heavily to bring in some of the best talent from around the world and Europe, fans haven’t been happy with how the club has been run.

Results on the pitch haven’t helped and it means everything off it gets magnified even more, with chants for former owner Roman Abramovich heard at a number of games this season.

Boehly has called for patience with Chelsea’s project.

However, things are improving at Chelsea and since Boxing Day the Blues have been the fourth best team in the League behind Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool.

Bohely has called for patience with the project and stated anything good always takes a bit of time.

“The number one thing is you have got to be patient”, Boehly said at the Qatar Economic Forum.

“You are putting something together and expecting it to come together really quickly, but the reality is anything really good takes a little bit time.

“Patience was always a thought for us, when we bought the Dodgers in 2013 we started 15 and 25, but we kind of just kept sticking to the plan because we believed that it was right.

“And we went through a similar thing with Chelsea, you have to have the resolve to not hear all the noise around you and remain committed to the plan.

“And since Boxing Day, we are the fourth best team in the Premier League, when you look at what is going on it now feels better and better.”

Despite a difficult start for the ownership it appears there are positive signs heading into next season, but once again it’s vital the manager gets backed in the transfer window.

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