Bruce Buck

Bruce Buck

Bruce Buck

  • Birthplace: New York City, U.S. state

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      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck met with Juventus chief to discuss Maurizio Sarri hours before final
      , Sarri’s relationship with Chelsea fans hasn't been ideal with the Stamford Bridge faithful far from convinced with his Sarri-ball style of
      29/05 16:56


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      Abramovich won't profit from Chelsea move

      Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will not profit should the club decide to move away from Stamford Bridge. There had been some suggestions that Abramovich could profit should the club decide to move elsewhere.

      Chelsea still keen on Stamford Bridge stay

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck still hopes to stay at Stamford Bridge, and admits that offers were made to the Chelsea Pitch Owners association, who own 15,000 shares.

      Chelsea eye lengthy AVB stay

      Chelsea hope that Andre Villas-Boas will be in charge at the club for a long time. Chairman Bruce Buck hopes AVB will be in the hotseat for a long time and guide Chelsea to success.

      Chelsea to bid for stadium shares from fans

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck hopes that club supporters will not hold the Blues to ransom, as they hope to buy back shares sold to supporters in the 1990's.

      Chelsea still keen on Modric deal

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has admitted his club are still looking to sign Tottenham's unhappy Croatian midfielder Luka Modric. However, Spurs are hanging on for a 35m GBP asking price.

      Buck eyes Lampard stay

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has warned Inter Milan that they are desperate to keep Frank Lampard at the club. The Blues earlier confirmed that the Nerrazzurri had made an offer for the England international midfielder.

      Buck: more departures to come

      Bruce Buck, Chelsea's chairman, has revealed there is more than likely to be a lot of players leaving the club this summer. Juliano Belletti and Steven Sidwell could both leave in the summer.

      Chelsea: 2nd not good enough

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck believes the team has had a great season, but this could still not be enough for Israeli Avram Grant to keep his job after the chairman revealed that second 'is just not good enough'.

      Chelsea chairman: We love Frank

      Chelsea’s chairman wants to show Frank Lampard that he will feel “loved” if he stays at Stamford Bridge.

      Buck wants Lampard contract

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has declared that he is very keen to tie midfielder Frank Lampard to a new contract for a further four years. Lampard apparently has offers on the table from Juventus and Barcelona.

      Buck denies Roman rumour

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has denied rumours that Roman Abramovich was 'ranting and raving' at the players after the club's shock exits in the Carling Cup and FA Cup.

      Chelsea: Lampard will stay

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck is confident that England midfielder Frank Lampard will sign a new contract at the club. Lampard has been linked with a move to Barcelona in the last few months, but the club have moved to quash the speculation.

      Chelsea don't want Ronaldinho

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has insisted that the club will not attempt to sign Barcelona striker Ronaldinho at the end of the season. The Blues have been linked with the player and Roman Abramovich is keen to add the £30 million rated Brazilian to his squad.

      Buck hits out at Chelsea fans

      Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has hit out at a small section of Chelsea fans who have sent racist messages to the club after the appointment of Israeli Avram Grant.

      Avram: I'm in charge

      Avram Grant has insisted that he is the one who is making the decisions at Chelsea and not Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. He insisted Abramovich would not be involved in the footballing side of things.

      Abramovich called meeting

      Chelsea's chairmen all last night met to discuss the future of Jose Mourinho - although his plight is well known - it seems that Mourinho himself had no idea he may have to leave Chelsea. Bruce Buck, Eugene Tenenbaum and Peter Kenyon were meant to be at last nights official launch of Chelseas new DVD - however, only Jose Mourinho was present.