Truth Behind Chelsea’s Turkish Airlines Deal

There has been news all around that Turkish Airlines have announced through their official twitter channel that an agreement has been reached between them, and Chelsea Football Club and they will be replacing Samsung as official jersey sponsors.

Did you know that we’re the next proud shirt sponsor of Chelsea? #footballpic.twitter.com/iUChgWsUCN

— TurkishCorporateClub (@TKCorporateClub) September 26, 2014   (via We Aint Got No History)

Few pundits even went ahead and posted pics about how the jersey might look like next season.

However, if you drill down a bit, this looks bit fishy. The tweet that media is referring to no longer exists on Turkish Airlines’ official Twitter account, which means they were asked to remove it as the news certainly is not confirmed. There hasn’t been any official confirmation from Chelsea FC either.

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Whatever be the reason or truth, there is no fume without fire and something seems to be cooking, and we can expect it to be a good for all of us. Will an extra 7 million be good enough? You decide.

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2 Comments

  1. its a stupid idea to put SPONSOREs name front of the t- shirt likes country names . I so first in Atletico MADRID and where amused. That way you will get lots of people who don’t want to wear the his beloved football team t-shirt just becouse is another country’s name at the front. I can understand Samsung or Sony that is abrand and doesn’t make your team look like from deferent country. Some people don’t like when other country’s name advertise front of the loved football t-shirt.
    CHELSEA YOU CAN PUT ANY BRAND BUT NOT A COUNTRY NAME IN THE FRONT OF YOUR T-DHIRT IT WILL COSED THE HUGE CONTROVERSY! THINK WISELY! KTBFFH.

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