Roman Abramovich is one of the biggest billionaires in Russia. He currently holds an influential status in three different fields: in politics, in sports, as well as in the oil industry. He is known as the governor of Chukotka, Russia, and is also the owner of the English Premiership Football team, the Chelsea Football Club. He likewise owns the Russian-based investment company, the Millhouse Capital. Born as Roman Arkadyevich Abramovich on the 24th of October 1966 in the Soviet Union, Roman Abramovich was raised by his grandparents. Forbes named Roman Abramovich the world’s 50th richest individual, with a fortune worth more or less $11.2 billion.

Roman Abramovich was ranked as one of the World’s Richest Billionaires. The Russian mogul was ranked number 15 by Forbes magazine.

The London Evening Standard provides links to more than a few news articles involving the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich.

Roman Abramovich successfully turned the Chelsea Football Club’s debt into equity funds, thus making the team debt-free.

Roman Abramovich works hard to maintain his Chelsea Football Club in tiptop shape; therefore, the Russian mogul reprimands his team for negative off-field conduct.

Famous Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s profile and bio is featured at BBC.com.

Buzzle.com interviews Roman Abramovich about his English football team, Chukotka, as well as about several issues regarding his personal life.

Carlo Ancelotti says that Roman Abramovich is impressed with his team’s progress.

This site provides an overview of Roman Abramovich’s development plan for Chukotka for 2006.

In 2008, Roman Abramovich was ranked as the second richest man in the UK.

The owner of the English football team Chelsea Football Club, Roman Abramovich, recently flew down to South Africa to complete the contract signing of Fernando Torres. The £50 million deal is considered a British record.

This site provides links to several news articles related to Roman Abramovich’s dealings involving football.