Chelsea fan cooks up bizarre conspiracy theory that Blues will win Premier League next season.. all because of Juan Mata


A CHELSEA fan has concocted a bizarre theory that they will win the Premier League next season… because of Juan Mata.

The Blues have endured a dismal marketing campaign this time round and sit a lowly twelfth going into tomorrow’s closing day.

It’s not all doom and gloom for one supporter, nevertheless, after they noticed a similarity with a earlier marketing campaign that is offering room for optimism.

Their theory considerations the potential sale of Mason Mount, with the two-time Chelsea Player of the Year reportedly “leaning” in direction of a summer time transfer to Manchester United.

Mata made the identical change in January 2014, shifting from Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford in a £37million deal.

Citing similarities between the conditions, the Chelsea fan wrote on Twitter: “In 2014 we offered Mata to United, a two time Chelsea POTY who received an help in a CL closing win, and missed a penalty in a closing shootout. We gained the league the next yr.

“Mount, a two time POTY who assisted in a UCL final & has missed a cup final penalty could be off to United?”

Mata, now 35, set up Didier Drogba’s equaliser within the 2012 Champions League closing conquer Bayern Munich.

While Mount assisted Kai Havertz’s winner within the 2021 victory over Manchester City.

The Blues have endured a dreadful marketing campaign, though followers could also be heartened by stories that Todd Boehly is about to “step back” from soccer operations.


Frank Lampard has overseen a horrible stint as caretaker boss – profitable only one of his ten matches in cost and shedding eight.

He is about to get replaced on a full-time foundation by Mauricio Pochettino forward of next season.

Asked if he has a message for his successor, Lampard mentioned: “I wish the new manager well. It’s his problem, I guess.”

On how engaging the place stays, he added: “I feel it’s a unbelievable job because it’s the Chelsea job.

“When I took it, the primary time I got here, I most likely received the job because rather a lot of high managers didn’t need the job.

“I know that for a fact, it was a big part of it, but I enjoy the process and I enjoy coming in.”

Lampard, 44, will take cost for the ultimate time tomorrow, when the Blues tackle Newcastle at Stamford Bridge.


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