By Kieran Gill for MailOnline
Published: 13:18 BST, 22 May 2019 | Updated: 13:38 BST, 22 May 2019
Chelsea were this week ordered to pay their former boss Antonio Conte £9million in compensation, taking their spending on sacking managers to £92.9m.
Conte was dismissed last July despite leading Chelsea to the FA Cup trophy after they failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Here, Sportsmail takes a look at owner Roman Abramovich's past victims.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has paid out £92.9m in compensation to sacked managers
Claudio Ranieri, May 2004
To the surprise of no one, Ranieri became Abramovich's first sacking. His future was in doubt since the arrival of the owner, who began to want more in return for his significant spending.
Claudio Ranieri says farewell to the Chelsea fans following his dismissal in May 2004
Jose Mourinho, September 2007
Compensation: £23.1m (for him and his staff)
Long-standing high-profile differences with Abramovich saw Mourinho leave the club the first time. This figure was revealed in results for the financial year ending in June 2008.
Jose Mourinho and his staff pocketed £23.1m following his first departure from Chelsea
Avram Grant, May 2008
Grant was apparently left feeling 'betrayed, upset and angry' following his sacking, days after his side lost to Manchester United in the Champions League final. He spent eight months in charge.
Avram Grant was sacked just after Chelsea lost the Champions League final back in 2008
Luiz Felipe Scolari, February 2009