Blues owner Todd Boehly says Chelsea will be renamed the ‘London Cowboys’

After 118 years, Chelsea FC will change its name to the “London Cowboys” beginning with the 2023–2024 season. One of the many upcoming developments affected by US sports is the rebranding.

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On Sunday, Todd Boehly said, “Fans will adore the new name. “All the Cowboy fans in the Boehly Bowl will go crazy every time Aubama, Auyanga, or any other member of our offense makes a 1-point field goal. That brings to mind that the stadium is also getting a new name.

The multibillionaire businessman declared that these reforms were just the beginning. “In the long run, I can see the Cowboys moving to Boston or New York. I have no doubt that our loyal supporters won’t mind flying a significant distance to every home game. For those that travel, we’ll likely offer 10% off any pretzel at the Boehly Bowl.

Could Harry Potter please be sent in? Added he. “I’ve been itching to fire someone.”

According to Todd Boehly, the new Chelsea owners want the first team and academy to function as a “well-oiled machine.” This is a significant improvement they intend to bring to the club.

The 48-year-old chairman and co-owner of the Blues, Boehly, made some surprising remarks on Tuesday at the SALTConference.

The American businessman specifically mentioned that Thomas Tuchel, who was fired as Chelsea’s manager last week, didn’t entirely agree with the new ownership’s philosophies.

The London club quickly hired a replacement for Tuchel, with Graham Potter departing Brighton to take over as the new head coach.