Chelsea boss Sarri does not seem too perturbed by the fact that Abramovich speaks more often with Zola.
Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea face the first of a series of short-term tests at Malmo on Thursday night.
"If the president calls, I'll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him," says Sarri of Abramovich.
"It would have been very personal for him, I promise you." Chelsea fans might not have thought of that...
Chelsea want to send racist supporters on trips the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz.
Chelsea are insistent owner Roman Abramovich is not looking to sell the club.
Jim Ratcliffe, the founder, chairman and majority owner of chemicals firm Ineos, had offered £2billion...
"I think this is clearly Roman upping the ante in the spat with the Home Office."
It doesn't matter what Chelsea decide to do with Conte while they remain without a football figure on the board...
Chelsea have had nine permanent managers and five interim ones since Abramovich took over.
Roman Abramovich is already looking for a replacement for Antonio Conte, according to reports.
Huddersfield top the winners, closely followed by a striker quickly proving his point.
And it wasn't "I bloody love sacking Jose Mourinho". Nope, all Roman wanted was an "identity".
A Chelsea veteran sticks up for the Blues' approach to youth development. Also in the Mailbox: Arsenal's nearly men and replacing De Gea...
Or, if we were being clicky, 'Five reasons oligarchs won't get bored'. Until there's nothing but oligarchs, maybe.
Staying or going. Allowed to leave or forced to stay. Alvaro Morata or Thomas Muller. Clear as mud...
Antonio Conte has described Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich as "very demanding".
Antonio Conte has branded Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich a "very demanding employer".
After making 11 managerial changes in 13 years, Abramovich is finally blaming Chelsea's players.
Antonio Conte is 'already under pressure' at Chelsea, with Roman Abramovich 'furious'.
Course you were, chief. Sampaoli says Chelsea have changed their mind and want Conte now.
Andre Villas-Boas has branded Chelsea's sacking of Jose Mourinho this season as "quite incredible".
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