Something went incorrectly, please sample again late. 2021 has been a rollercoaster class as expected when you support Chelsea. There have been some fantastic moments over the calendar year, but like every year in the world of football, we ‘ve had our bonny parcel of shocking moments. Strap yourselves in as 2022 is closely upon us, and Chelsea fans will be involved in some more shocks along the year when the unpredictable bet on of football throws up some surprising moments. The Blues played 65 matches this calendar year, losing ten and drawing sixteen, three of which won in penalty shootouts. largely under Tuchels reign after the displace of club legend Frank Lampard.

This is Chelsea. It ‘s never dull or predictable, and let ‘s go over some of the shocks of 2021. The Champions League triumph – Daniel Childs It feels wrong to place just one bet on in the Champions League winning campaign here because about all of them were extraordinary in their own ways. I think it comes down to the doubts sol many of us over the quality and mentality of the squad after Frank Lampard ‘s sacking. sure, you could point to Frank ‘s shortcomings as a coach, but so much of that collapse felt eerily exchangeable to previous seasons. To win a european Cup, you not only need elite quality but an about unbreakable brain and not a lot about the squad had provided that before Thomas Tuchel arrived. From the outstanding second leg against Atletico Madrid, that all began to change. The rest to which Chelsea swatted aside Porto, dominated veridical Madrid at Stamford Bridge and beat a supremely talented Man City in the final. My emotions at the full-time whistle matched the reaction in 2012, which I never thought could be replicated again. Chelsea 2-5 West Brom, April 3 – Jake Stokes West Bromwich Albion ‘s five-goal cream of Chelsea was my biggest shock absorber of 2021, and it credibly felt worse being at the game. obviously, without any fans inside the establish, you could get an excellent insight into how each club is coached by listening in on how the players and staff communicate with each other .

Mateo Kovacic was heard slamming the referee in Chelsea's 5-2 defeat to West Brom
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naturally, once the Baggies went in battlefront, celebrations and cheering were coming from the off dugout canoe but, once Sam Allardyce ‘s side extended their star beyond impression, Stamford Bridge was just silent when the visitors netted their fourth and fifth. You could feel the tension in the vent, and it was precisely one of those games that took you back a bit, and you have to question whether it just happened or not. Winning the Champions League – Renuka Odedra

Another year where a director was fired, this meter in the form of Frank Lampard and with Thomas Tuchel taking over the reins mid-season, I was a little disbelieving about how things would pan out in our journey in the Champions League. I should have seen it coming, though, because a exchangeable thing happened in 2012 after Roberto Martinez took over from Andre Villas-Boas. A trade of managers midseason, which led to us beating some heavyweights in the action and the big-eared trophy was ours .

Kai Havertz celebrates his winner against Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League Final. (Image: Jose Coelho - Pool/Getty Images).
This time they edged by Atletico Madrid, Porto and Real Madrid to get to the concluding against Manchester City. A Kai Havertz goal separated the side. But, if anyone told me that the Blues would win their second Champions League trophy in 2021, I would have said improbable. What a beautiful surprise it was.

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Frank Lampard + Wildcard Midfielder – Scott Clayton I feel the obvious ones have been said above, so I have a wildcard choice to throw into the ring after mentioning the Lampard stuff ; now the dust has settled. Although I ‘ve been a fan direction before Roman Abramovich arrived, and I know how it is at Chelsea, we never in truth give a coach clock or solitaire to build something if things go faulty. It still felt like the sacking of Frank Lampard came very quickly. I ‘m not complaining about what happened since, but Chelsea are going through a blip presently, and I would hate to see it happen again. so a lot for that three-year plan. The dust has settled, I ‘m looking forward, but I ‘d be lying if I said it did n’t shock me at the meter.

The consequence that might not be therefore popular is that the club went through the summer transfer window and did n’t strengthen the midfield area. Declan Rice and Aurélien Tchouaméni are on the crown of my list of players we should sign this coming window or in the summer. ever since the club seemed to turn down Lampard ‘s eagerness to pay big money for Rice who is valued at £67.5m on Transfermarket, his price has risen where we could have nowadays got our money ‘s worth already and be worth room more than what we would have had to pay back then. If you asked me if I expected Chelsea to win the Champions League that at the turn of the year, I ‘d have laughed. Hopefully, we will be shocked again in 2022, and Chelsea will win more trophies. Make sure you have subscribed to CareFree Chelsea on YouTube! The Fan Brands team along with plenty of your favourites will be producing daily Chelsea content for you to enjoy including match reactions, podcasts, football fun and interviews. You can follow Daniel Childs, Jake Stokes, Renuka Odedra and Scott Clayton from the CareFreeChelsea team to keep up to date with his work.