Bruce Buck to step down as Chelsea chairman after 19 trophy-laden years following Todd Boehly takeover
The Sun says BRUCE BUCK will step down as Chelsea chairman at the end of this month, the West London club have confirmed.
The 76-year-old served 19 years in the role but will step away as of June 30, following Todd Boehly’s £4.25bn takeover last month.
Buck was appointed in 2003 and has overseen a trophy-laden period that has seen the club win 18 pieces of silverware.
He will continue to serve Chelsea as a senior advisor.
According to the Telegraph’s Matt Law, Boehly is expected to take on chairman duties himself following Buck’s departure.
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