Gary Staker, backroom legend, leaves Chelsea after working for more than 20 years

- Gary Staker has left Premier League side Chelsea after spending more than 20 years
- Staker is close to many club legends including John Terry and Didier Drogba


- He decided to leave Chelsea after the

club changed his role as player-liaison officer
Famous Chelsea's backroom staff Gary Staker has finally left the Premier League giants after spending more than 20 years at Stamford Bridge working with eleven managers.
Gary Staker who is half Italian has worked with the likes of Jose Mourinho, Vialli and Conte before he left the Blues.
According to the report on UK Sun, Gary Staker decided to leave Chelsea after the Blues changed his role and made his job of player-liaison officer redundant.
The report added that Chelsea chiefs offered Gary Staker a role for him to be looking after the club’s ambassadors which he rejected.
He is also said to be considering taking up a legal action against the Blues.
Staker was famous at Chelsea when he became Gianluca Vialli’s translator when the striker was appointed player-manager in 1998.

Chelsea legends like Didier Drogba, John Terry and Eden Hazard are very close to Gary Staker having spent years of working relationship together.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are currently occupying seventh position on the Premier League standings with 11 points after seven games played this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona are reportedly planning to launch another bid for Chelsea winger Willian having missed out of signing him in the summer.
The Brazil forward was heavily linked with the Catalan club having fell out of favour with former boss Maurizio Sarri.


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