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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old July 1st, 2013, 14:56 Thread Starter
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Roman Abramovich: A decade of Success

http://www.chelseafc.com/news-articl...ears-ago-today

Ten years with Roman. And he still hungry for more. I remember when some people said that he would leave very soon, bored of his toy. But he's still there, with us, and much more is likely to come.

Thank you Roman.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old July 1st, 2013, 15:15
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Thank you Roman, just don't buy anymore strikers

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old July 3rd, 2013, 10:19 Thread Starter
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Chelsea records broken during Roman Abramovich era, PART ONE:

Biggest league win: 8-0 v Wigan h 2009/10 and Aston Villa h 2012/13

Biggest home League Cup win: 6-0 v Wolves 2012/13

Biggest Champions League win: 6-1 v Nordsjaelland h 2012/13

Longest winning sequence all competitions: nine games in 2005/06 and 2007/08

Longest home winning sequence all competitions: 12 games in 2008/09 (1) + 2009/10 (11)

Longest away top-flight winning sequence all competitions - six games in 2004/05 (twice), 2005/06, 2006/07 (twice) and 2012/13.

Longest away European winning sequence: six games in 2003/04

Longest winning league sequence: 11 games in 2008/09 (5) + 2009/10 (6)

Longest home top-flight winning league sequence: 13 games in 2004/05 (2) + 2005/06 (11)

Longest away winning league sequence: 11 games in 2007/08 (3) + 2008/09 (8) (also a top-flight record)

Most wins in a season all competitions: 42 in 2004/05 and 2006/07

Most home wins in a season all competitions: 24 in 2005/06 and 2009/10

Most away wins in a season all competitions: 20 in 2003/04 and 2004/05

Most top-flight league wins in a season: 29 in 2004/05 and 2005/06 (also a Premier League record)

Most home top-flight league wins in a season: 18 in 2005/06 (also a joint Premier League record)
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Records broken, PART TWO:

Most away league wins in a season - 15 in 2004/05 (also a Premier League record)

Most number of points in the top flight - 95 in 2004/05 (also an English top flight record)

Longest unbeaten sequence all competitions: 23 games in 2006/07 and 2008/09 (14) + 2009/10 (9)

Longest home unbeaten sequence all competitions: 74 games in 2005/06 (7) + 2006/07 (31) + 2007/08 (30) + 2008/09 (6)

Longest unbeaten league sequence: 40 games in 2004/05 (29) + 2005/06 (11) (third longest in English top flight history)

Longest home unbeaten league sequence: 86 games in 2003/04 (6) + 2004/05 (19) + 2005/06 (19) + 2006/07 (19) + 2007/08 (19) + 2008/09 (4) (an English league record)

Longest away unbeaten league sequence: 20 games in 2007/08 (10) + 2008/09 (10)

Longest unbeaten sequence in Europe: 14 games in 2008/09 (8) + 2009/10 (6)

Longest unbeaten home Champions League sequence: 21 games in 2006/07 (6) + 2007/08 (6) + 2008/09 (6) + 2009/10 (3)

Longest unbeaten away Champions League sequence: six games in 2003/04 and 2008/09 (3) + 2009/10 (3)

Longest unbeaten sequence in the FA Cup in open play: 29 games in 2008/09 (7) + 2009/10 (6) + 2010/11 (3) + 2011/12 (7) + 2012/13 (6)

Fewest league defeats in a season: one in 2004/05

Fewest home top-flight defeats in a season all competitions: none in 2004/05, 2006/07 and 2007/08

Fewest home league defeats in a season: none in 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07 and 2007/08 (also an equal English top flight record)

Fewest away league defeats in a season: one in 2004/05
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When Abramovich took over, I remember reading it in the Telegraph. We had to do some weird data collection for a maths project, and it involved newspapers. The story was several days old, and it had gone over my head how seismic it was. It took my mate, who wasn't even that into football, to go over it and how important it was. At the time there had never really been a super rich benefactor involved in English football, and as Chelsea were at the time a reasonably successful club who had qualified for the Champions League, I failed to see why it'd matter anyway. How naive.

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Records broken, PART THREE:

Most consecutive top-flight clean sheets all competitions: seven in 2003/04 and 2005/06 (twice)

Most consecutive home top-flight clean sheets all competitions: 10 in 2009/10

Most consecutive away clean sheets all competitions: six in 2007/08

Most consecutive league clean sheets: 10 in 2004/05

Most consecutive home top-flight league clean sheets: nine in 2009/10 (3) + 2010/11 (6)

Most consecutive away league clean sheets: seven in 2008/09

Most clean sheets in a season all competitions: 34 in 2004/05

Most home clean sheets in a season all competitions: 20 in 2004/05

Most away clean sheets in a season all competitions: 17 in 2003/04

Most league clean sheets in a season: 25 in 2004/05

Most home top-flight league clean sheets in a season: 14 in 2004/05

Most away league clean sheets in a season: 12 in 2008/09
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Records broken, PART FOUR:

Biggest league goal difference: +71 in 2009/10 (also a Premier League record)

Most goals in a season all competitions: 147 in 2012/13

Most league goals in a season: 103 in 2009/10 (also a Premier League record)

Most home league goals in a season: 68 in 2009/10 (also a Premier League record)

Fewest goals conceded in a season all competitions: 34 in 2004/05 and 2005/06

Fewest league goals conceded in a season: 15 in 2004/05 (also an English top flight record)

Youth product Michael Woods was our fourth youngest player to make his debut (2006/07)

Most games is a season all competitions: 69 in 2012/13

Competed in a record eight different competitions in a season: 2012/13

The first club ever to be holders of the Champions League and Europa League simultaneously.

First and only London club to win the Champions League

Chelsea's first ever league and FA Cup double

Average Premier League attendance at Stamford Bridge: 41,517
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Is this era coming to an end?

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Roman Abramovich is taking advice from the banking sector about a potential 3 billion sale of Chelsea, according to reports.

According to Bloomberg's Stephanie Baker, David Hellier and Irina Reznik (h/t The Sun's Anthony Chapman), the Russian businessman would consider a sale of his club if a bid meets his valuation. Sir Jim Ratcliffe reportedly had a 2 billion offer rejected by Abramovich in the summer. Ratcliffe is the richest man in the country, and Abramovich has withdrawn his application for a new U.K. visa, a spokesperson told Chapman.
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is he gonna refund the fans who traveled yesterday?
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trophy-less season
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& to rub salt into the wounds Khalid their die-hard supporter has abandoned them on XT
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