Former Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell claims Roman Abramovich used to visit the dressing room after a defeat and 'glare' at the players.
The 40-year-old, who spent a year at Stamford Bridge, revealed the former owner would never address the players unless they put in a bad performance.
Sidwell's comments came just days after Chelsea co-controlling owner Behdad Eghbali reportedly went into the team's dressing room after the Blues' 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Fellow owner Todd Boehly has also been seen visiting the changing room. The American called the side 'embarrassing' following their 2-1 defeat by Brighton at the Bridge in April.
Sidwell also revealed that Abramovich used to come in after most games and shake everyone's hands.
Speaking to Andy Goldstein and Darren Bent on talkSPORT Drive, the former Chelsea and Aston Villa midfielder said: 'When I was at Chelsea Roman Abramovich used to come in after matches at Stamford Bridge.
'It depends what the context is and if they're coming in to address everyone and then what they're saying, ultimately.
'As a player, I never really saw it as a negative or a positive. After a game you knew if you'd played well or not, but with Roman it was different.
'If he came in, he didn't have to say anything really. It would be a glare.
'He'd come in after most games and shake everyone's hands and stand there talking to the coach and that was it – at that time players were getting up and going for showers or getting some food.
'He never really addressed us, but if there was a defeat or a bad performance, he'd come in and it would be 'oof okay, here we go'.
'If they're coming in and giving their opinions of the game – an owner's opinion is different to someone whoRead on m.allfootballapp.com