Chelsea Can Win-The-Lottie Now
It appears Chelsea may have filled those big boots vacated by Jose Mourinho and the 2009/2010 season could be one the Blues remember for a long long time.
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Since the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea have bossed each game they’ve been part of. The Italian boss has wasted no time stamping his authority on both the club and the Premier League, firing out warnings to all Chelsea’s rivals both domestically and on the European front too.
Ancelotti’s hunger and desire to be successful in West London is typified in the way he speaks the English language alone. As soon as he arrived on the English football scene there was no language barrier, highly impressive and effective from the beginning of his reign. More importantly though, on the field Chelsea look strong, organised and slick in what they do. The boss has implemented a diamond across his midfield and it appears to be gelling, added to that he has Anelka and Drogba playing together with to explosive effect………the same two guys that couldn’t play alongside each other last term.
With Manchester United picking up the debris and rebuilding since the big loss of Ronaldo, Liverpool stuttering and spluttering after a turbulent summer and Arsenal still slick but with question marks of strength in depth this could be the year Chelsea not only win the Premier League but run away with it. A big early gap can also give the Italian boss scope to focus his attentions on the big prize, the European Cup and I think there’s enough pedigree and class for this side to sweep the board under his guidance.