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Roman where is he?


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When he went through his divorce last year he was absent from a few games... Not that the media cared to comment that it was obviously a hard time in his life, and with the money involved it was bound to take up ALL his time.

I don't know why he wasn't there, I wouldn't read anything into it. He is a busy man and although you may think he should watch our biggest European night ever... Sometimes we forget who he is and what a busy man he must be.

If you want to be all negative then be my guest, but I follow, I'm in too good a mood at the moment.

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Easily answered this one... His long standing feud with Berezovsky is coming to a head in both the English and Russian Courts... This is about his billions, I would imagine he is not only under extreme pressure from this, but he probably also building up relations again with the powers that be in Russia.

Ontop of his many business interests...

I am sure he would rather be watching Chelsea.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/w ... 775914.ece

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To be honest, when I heard this yesterday, I was concerned. Looking at that article though it would explain it, as from his personal standing, that would be a little more important if he's away dealing with that.

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He's getting done for blackmailing someone - I suppose he's got other things to worry about.

If he loses we can forget that 100m war chest!

And if he wins...Kaka, Messi ? icon_lol.gif

He won't get compensation if he wins, he just won't have to pay the bloke he 'allegdley threatened' in order to buy his shares at a reduced rate.

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He's getting done for blackmailing someone - I suppose he's got other things to worry about.

If he loses we can forget that 100m war chest!

And if he wins...Kaka, Messi ? icon_lol.gif

He won't get compensation if he wins, he just won't have to pay the bloke he 'allegdley threatened' in order to buy his shares at a reduced rate.

No but if he wins he will not have to pay the legal fees (i assume), so it will seem like he has gained.

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Subject to not having seen any of the evidence and totally reliant on what is presented in the Times article referred to above, I can not understand how Berezovsky will be able to satisfy the Court of one of the necessary elements of proving a plea of economic duress: ie. the lack of a reasonable alternative but to accept the other party's terms being to sell the shares to Abramovich on the latter's terms (ie. price). It is not as if Berezovsky was familarly related to Glushkov. These were arms length transactions by businessmen. He'll also have substantial evidential problems I would've thought as far as the alleged conversations between him and Patarkatsishvili are concerned in 2001 (if that's when they took place) and especially in circumstances where there is no affidavit from Patarkatsishvili in evidence as to the alleged telephone conversation between him and Berezovsky regarding the alleged fate of Glushkov should they not sell their shares to Abramovich. Moreover, if Berezovsky's affidavit as to the alleged telephone conversation in 2001 has only recently been deposed and their are no independanent file notes in evidence and made by Berezovsky at or around the time of the telephone conversation as alleged then Berezovsky's affidavit will be given a severe credibility downgrade by the Court. It would be interesting to know what the par value of the sibneft shares was in 2001 compared with their value at the date that Berezovsky commenced these proceedings. I'd wager there would be a marked difference - hence the proceedings.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/a ... to=newsnow

If Chelsea manager Avram Grant wants to know where his boss was yesterday, our spies tell us he was at the Kremlin for the inauguration of Russian president Dmitry Medvedev.

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Roman Abramovich (circled) would love to get his hands on the European Cup but, judging by the covetous glances at the presidential chain and the constitution (not the biggest of books), some have their eyes on a bigger prize.

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