BLUE IS THE COLOUR
38 games, 30 wins. Record breaking Chelsea are the kings of English football once again, champions of the Premier League for a fifth time.
Masterminded by an Italian genius who wore his heart on his sleeve, kicking every ball, making every tackle and celebrating every goal, Antonio Conte reshaped the Blues into a formidable force.
Thirteen consecutive wins took them to the top of the table, a position they never surrendered, in a season where Eden Hazard and Pedro were unplayable; Diego Costa scored crucial goals; Thibaut Courtois won the coveted Golden Glove behind a rock-solid defence; while N'Golo Kanté reigned supreme in midfield, collecting the PFA and Football Writers' Player of the Year awards.
And the Bridge waved goodbye to a legend. John Terry's emotional farewell brought the curtain down on a fantastic career and a sensational season.
Celebrating the Title
Lifting the Trophy
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Another great season review showing all the high`s and high`s of Conte`s first season and putting right what greedy Mourinho had messed up. The players showed the new manager the respect he deserved and seemed happy that the previous dictator had gone to spend all Man U`s money that they hav`ent got and then to win micket mouse cups for them. All the goals from 30 wins and just a shame got beat by that dodgy Arsenal goal in fa cup final!!
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