On Chelsea’s 2009/2010 Premier League Title

Posted: May 10, 2010 in Just Stuff
Chelsea football club won the 2009/2010 English Premiership title yesterday with a resounding 8-0 finish over middle placed Wigan Athletic. In a match that kept fans jumping and shouting as Chelsea players grabbed goal after goal, Chelsea made sure that they re-grasped a title that had eluded them for three seasons now.

After the triumphs of the self Styled “Special One” Jose Mourinho in what seemed like eons ago,coach Carlo Ancelotti led his side that had struggled in the mid season and in the UEFA Champions League to lift a crown that football pundits all over believed they rightfully deserved, after a really dogged campaign.
Chelsea having only managed to win one League Cup and two English FA Cups since Mourinho’s exit from the club,can now rest and have a laugh at those who thought it was only the portuguese tactician’s magic that could conjure up Premier League victory for the London side.  With a succession of stuttering performances over the last four seasons, it was with bated breath that fans of Chelsea the world over watched their team line up to face Wigan in a match that had the bittersweet potential of either ensuring that the title was wrestled from the grasp of Manchester United who had held on to it for the last three seasons,and who were just a point behind Chelsea on the table;or that Chelsea would stumble and hand Manchester United the fourth successive title on a platter of Gold.
But it was to be a glorious day for Chelsea fans and players,most especially owner Roman Abrahamovic. As Carlo Ancelotti said after the match”We had a fantastic season, not only by winning the Premier League but because we showed a good style on the pitch. After the first year, I hope to stay here a long time and win a lot of titles.” The Italian also credited teamwork,tenacity and the unwavering support of the fans with this triumph. Chelsea Chairman ROY GOURLAY enthused that “It was very important for Chelsea to wrestle the title back from Manchester United. Three years without the Premier League for a club of our status is not the perfect world.
The coast is not yet clear for Chelsea this season,as they try to win the double come saturday the 15th against relegated Portsmouth in the FA cup Final. It is a match that promises to be a classic end to a wonderful season for Chelsea as they seek to dominate the Enlish Top Flight having lost out in the Champion’s League to Mourinho’s Inter Milan. Fingers crossed then till the kickoff of the English FA Cup Final at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

All Hail The Kings!!

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