Roman likes to buy big and the new Chelsea club museum is no exception. The 670sqm space boasts a one-of-a-kind interactive shooting gallery and a host of Chelsea memorabilia pre-dating World War 1.
Gianfranco Zola remains close to Chelsea hearts claiming the most popular vote into the Hall of Fame. The cheeky Italian was joined by the likes of Roy Bentley, Peter Osgood and Claude Makalele.
Not to be outdone by Madame Tousauds, Abramovich has gone one better and decided to style life-size holographic representations of Marcel Desailly and Ron Harris in a special effects show. Why? Because he can.
The new feature at Stamford Bridge is expected to receive over 200,000 visitors next season. For Further information please visit: www.chelseafc.com/museum .