Well, it’s Andre Villas-Boas becomes the eighth manager in nine years to make his way out of Stamford Bridge. That could be another £10m "exceptional" charge in this year’s books, to add to the £64m of similar expenses in the last four years.
Also, earlier this year, the club announced it lost almost £68million pounds in the year ending June 30 2011.
On the back of David Moyes wanting to make the game affordable for the regular fan, the amount of money Chelsea have spent on their ever-revolving managerial cycle could have funded a 25% ticket price cut for four years.
With financial fair play around the corner, what next?