CHELSEA have given their private coaching floor hairdresser the chop within the newest shock departure from the Premier League champions.
Ahmed Alsanawi has been banned by Blues chiefs from the membership’s plush Surrey HQ in a row over picture rights and for cashing in on his well-known clients.
Membership bosses and several other Chelsea stars obtained aggravated that crimper Alsanawi was having selfies together with his well-known clients, getting shirts singed and splashing it throughout social media to advertise his personal enterprise.
A Blues insider mentioned: “It was okay to return and minimize hair however a couple of folks obtained a bid fed up, in a short time when he began treating the place like his personal.
“Pictures, signed shirts and utilizing the gamers’ photographs to advertise his personal enterprise obtained an excessive amount of.
“The gamers have picture rights contracts and the membership has sponsors who pay hundreds of thousands of kilos for picture rights.”
Alsanawi, who has a store near Chelsea’s Cobham coaching floor in leafy Chessington turned well-known for slicing the hair of huge title soccer stars – and even a couple of fringe gamers.
The supply added: “It was thought he was taking a couple of too many liberties together with his entry to them. The coaching floor was a large number after his visits.
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“He even began coming to the coaching floor the day earlier than a match when actually the place is meant to be in lockdown. It was all an excessive amount of so he needed to go.”
The choice is nothing to do with boss Antonio Conte however he’s conscious of the state of affairs and totally helps it.
The information comes simply 24 hours after Chelsea Technical Director Michael Emenalo stop Chelsea after ten years for a profession change and for private causes.
Emenalo needed to stop in the summertime however stayed on till this season was properly underway earlier than informing Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich he needed to maneuver on.