Chelsea has become one of the club with most football fans around the world. The club gained momentum when Tuchel picked up the mandate to be the manager from Frank Lampard in January this year. He took the club to winning most prestigious trophy to become the champions of Europe and UEFA.
Football fans have been shown different ways to express love to there respective clubs both by decorating their work place and home ground. There is a trending photo of a grocery shop which has been confirmed to be from Chelsea football fan showing the love to his club by decorating his work place with the names of Chelsea players and Chelsea field.
The grocery has the name of Chelsea number one goalkeeper Mendy and the name of the club stadium which is Stamford bridge. Other players like recent signing Romelu Lukaku have been named in the part of the grocery. Werner, Havertz, Chilwell, Jorgino, Kante, Reece, Rudiger, Christensen, Aziplicueta and Lukaku are the mentioned players in Chelsea squad.
The grocery was spotted in Kiambu county in the local market that have surprised many football fans of the great love they have for Chelsea club.
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