Jordania was unhappy to hand control of the club to Russian businessman Alexander Chigrinsky, a friend and business associate of Blues owner Roman Abramovich.
It was portrayed at the time as an amicable handover of power, although since it has become clear that Jordania was not so pleased to leave.
"I want to tell the fans of Vitesse the real story. I wanted to be champion of the Netherlands, but London ultimately did not.
UEFA do not allow two clubs of the same owner to compete in the same European competition.
Jordania admits he defied the orders coming from Chelsea.
"Why? Because when I arrived I promised that we would go for the championship within three years to the fans of Vitesse. Those ambitions we had discussed internally ourselves.
"So you should not cheat people after two years, and slow down. Because that happened over a year ago!"
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