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Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has revealed an awkward moment that happened three years ago when he almost killed club owner Roman Abramovich while on holidays in the Isle of Arran – an island off the coast of Scotland in the United Kingdom.
According to the former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin, he has revealed how he narrowly avoided running over the Russian tycoon with his car when he turned a corner while driving around the Isle of Arran.
The 56-year-old admitted “just missed” colliding head-on with Abramovich who was cycling on the island off the Ayrshire coast.
Abramovich and a group of friends had sailed round Scotland’s west coast on his super yacht during the summer of 2015 when the incident occurred.
He said: “About three years ago I was on holiday in Arran and I was driving up the north side of Arran. Every time you go on holiday there you drive round the whole island.
“I came round a corner at the top just before Lochranza and I nearly hit a guy on a bike.
“I just got out the way at the last moment, I could have killed the guy. It was Roman Abramovich.
“What a story that would have been if I had killed Roman Abramovich. I just missed him.
“His yacht was off the coast and he was cycling round.
“He doesn’t know to this day that it was me.”