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Who was included in Chelsea’s best 11 players in the 21st century?
Chelsea were reborn in 2003 after Roman Abramovich took over the team. At that time, Abramovich invested huge amounts of money at the same time as the acquisition to raise the team to the top of the world. He led Porto and brought in Jose Mourinho, who achieved the treble, and recruited Didier Drogba, Claude Makelele, Damian Duff, Erran Crespo, Ricardo Carvalho and Petr Cech.
As a result, Chelsea allowed only 15 runs in the Premier League in the 2004–05 season, winning the championship with an unprecedented record and winning the League Cup. He also won two consecutive league titles in the following season. Since then, Abramovich’s relentless investment has continued, building a golden age and going from strength to strength. In particular, he has grown rapidly into a club representing Europe by winning the Champions League, which he had hoped for so much. In the 21st century, Chelsea enjoyed numerous victories, including five Premier League championships, two Champions League championships, two Europa League championships, five FA Cup championships and three League Cup championships.
However, there were not only successful seasons. Most of all, despite spending huge transfer fees, the players who were recruited failed and faced a difficult time. Meanwhile, the British media “The Sun” made the “Chelsea’s Best 11 of the 21st Century” on the 26th (Korea time). Formations are 4-3-1-2 formation.
The front line is joined by Alvaro Morata and Andriy Shevchenko in two tops, followed by Marco Marine. Danny Drinkwater, Tiemue Bakayoko and Juan Sebastian Veron guard the waist, while Asier del Orno, Papi Ziloboge, Winston Bogard and Khalid Bullarouz form the defensive line. The goal is guarded by Kepa Arisabalaga.
The most notable players are by far Morata and Shevchenko. First, when Shevchenko played as an ace for AC Milan, the owner of Abramovich actively sought to recruit him and moved to Chelsea with a record of 30.7 million pounds (56.6 billion won). However, due to frequent injuries and rapid decline in performance, he has been on the bench. In the end, he left the team with poor performance amid a long slump 안전놀이터
Morata earned 59 million pounds (approximately 87.9 billion won) and left Real Madrid to move to Chelsea. It is expected that it will become the main gun by putting up the number 9. However, it has failed to meet expectations. He showed his lack of determination and failed to adapt to the Premier League stage. After leaving for Atlético Madrid on loan, he moved completely.
In addition, Drinkwater, Bakayoko, and Veron were expected to play as key players when they joined the team, but they failed to adapt and became miserable. Kepa had the highest transfer fee ever, but was shunned for taking on various dishonor.