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Chelsea 2011/12 Home kit XL

Chelsea 2011/12 Home kit XL

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The 2011/12 season was a memorable one for Chelsea FC, as they achieved significant success in various competitions. Here's an overview of how Chelsea performed in the 2011/12 season in all competitions:

  1. Premier League: Chelsea finished in 6th place in the 2011/12 Premier League season with 64 points. This was a relatively disappointing performance in the league considering their previous seasons.

  2. UEFA Champions League: This was the highlight of Chelsea's season. They won the 2011/12 UEFA Champions League under the management of Roberto Di Matteo. Chelsea defeated Bayern Munich in the final, with the match going to a penalty shootout, and Chelsea won 4-3 in the shootout.

  3. FA Cup: Chelsea also won the FA Cup in the 2011/12 season. They defeated Liverpool 2-1 in the final.

  4. League Cup (Carling Cup): Chelsea was eliminated from the League Cup in the fourth round by Liverpool.

  5. UEFA Super Cup: Chelsea competed in the UEFA Super Cup but lost to Atlético Madrid.

  6. FIFA Club World Cup: Chelsea won the FIFA Club World Cup, defeating Corinthians in the final.

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

  1. Didier Drogba: Drogba was a crucial figure in Chelsea's success that season. He scored the equalizing goal in the UEFA Champions League final and the winning penalty in the shootout. He also had a strong impact in the FA Cup.

  2. Frank Lampard: Lampard, the club's all-time leading scorer, had an excellent season and was instrumental in Chelsea's midfield. He scored important goals in the league and in European competition.

  3. Petr Čech: The goalkeeper, known for his remarkable shot-stopping ability, played a key role in Chelsea's UEFA Champions League victory, making crucial saves during penalty shootouts.

  4. Juan Mata: Mata was a creative force in the midfield, contributing with assists and goals. His performances in the UEFA Champions League were particularly noteworthy.

  5. Ashley Cole: Cole was a reliable presence at left-back and one of the best defenders in the world during that season.

  6. Ramires: The Brazilian midfielder was known for his work rate and ability to score important goals. He played a vital role in Chelsea's midfield.

  7. Fernando Torres: While Torres had a challenging time adapting to Chelsea initially, he did score some critical goals in the UEFA Champions League, including one in the semifinal against Barcelona.

  8. Branislav Ivanović: Ivanović was a versatile defender who played a pivotal role, notably scoring the winning goal in the UEFA Champions League semifinal against Barcelona.

  9. Roberto Di Matteo (Manager): While not a player, Roberto Di Matteo deserves special mention as the interim manager who led Chelsea to their UEFA Champions League and FA Cup victories after taking over mid-season.

  10. John Terry: The club captain and central defender, Terry, was a stalwart in Chelsea's defense and leadership.

  11. Gary Cahill: Cahill, who joined Chelsea during the season, formed a strong partnership with Terry in central defense and made valuable contributions, especially in the UEFA Champions League.

  12. Dideri Kalou: Kalou provided important squad depth and scored crucial goals in various competitions.

  13. Raul Meireles: Meireles, a Portuguese midfielder, added steel to Chelsea's midfield and was a key figure in their European campaign.

  14. Michael Essien: Although he had injury issues, Essien was a dominant presence in midfield when fit and played a role in the team's success.

  15. Florent Malouda: Malouda was a versatile attacking option and contributed with goals and assists in various competitions.

  16. Daniel Sturridge: Sturridge was primarily a backup striker and occasionally played in wider attacking roles. He provided pace and a goal-scoring threat when called upon.

  17. Fernando Torres: An iconic forward.

  18. Romelu Lukaku: Lukaku was a young and promising striker who made appearances during the season, albeit in a limited capacity. He was seen as a prospect for the future.

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