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Chelsea 2004/05 Away kit XXXL

Chelsea 2004/05 Away kit XXXL

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Condition: ★★★★★

This jersey is in excellent condition. It uses Umbro X-Static Technology and it's in size XXXL.

During the 2004-2005 season, Chelsea performed exceptionally well in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in all competitions that season:

  1. Premier League: Chelsea won the Premier League with 95 points, finishing 12 points clear of second-placed Arsenal.

  2. UEFA Champions League: Chelsea reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League but were eliminated by Liverpool.

  3. FA Cup: Chelsea reached the 5th Round of the FA Cup.

  4. Football League Cup (Carling Cup): Chelsea won the Football League Cup by defeating Liverpool 3-2 in the final.

  5. Community Shield: Chelsea played in the FA Community Shield but lost to Arsenal in a penalty shootout.

Some of the standout players for Chelsea during that season included:

  1. Frank Lampard: Lampard was Chelsea's midfield maestro and one of the top goalscorers for the club. He played a pivotal role in the team's success, both in the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League.

  2. John Terry: The club captain, John Terry, was a rock in Chelsea's defense. He provided strong leadership and defensive stability throughout the season.

  3. Didier Drogba: Drogba was Chelsea's main striker and a dominant force in attack. He scored crucial goals and was a physical presence up front.

  4. Petr Čech: Čech was the goalkeeper and widely regarded as one of the best in the world at the time. His performances between the posts were instrumental in Chelsea's success.

  5. Claude Makélélé: The defensive midfielder, Claude Makélélé, played a key role in protecting Chelsea's defense and facilitating their attacking play.

  6. Arjen Robben: Robben was a skillful and dynamic winger who added flair and creativity to Chelsea's attack.

  7. Jose Mourinho (Manager): Although not a player, José Mourinho was the manager who led Chelsea to their Premier League title and Football League Cup victory in his debut season at the club.

  8. William Gallas: Gallas was a versatile defender who played in various positions in Chelsea's backline during that season.

  9. Eidur Gudjohnsen: Gudjohnsen was a forward who provided valuable contributions, both as a goalscorer and a creator.

  10. Tiago Mendes: Tiago was a Portuguese midfielder who added depth and quality to Chelsea's midfield.

  11. Ricardo Carvalho: Carvalho was a central defender who formed a strong partnership with John Terry in the heart of Chelsea's defense.

  12. Paulo Ferreira: Ferreira, also from Portugal, was a dependable right-back who added defensive solidity to the team.

  13. Joe Cole: Joe Cole was an exciting and creative midfielder who contributed to Chelsea's attacking play.

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