Can Carlo Give The Blues Their First Elusive Champions League Trophy?
June 15, 2009 5:16am CST
Roman is desparate for European Glory from the time he took reigns at Chelsea. He has parted company with as many as 5 managers in the past 6years as they couldn't reach his objective of the elusive trophy even though they won all the domestic trophy possible. Now Roman has turned towards Carlo Ancelloti for European glory who has tasted two successes in Europe's top competition in three finals.. Can he deliver what his owner expects from him at Stamford Bridge? Leave ur comments featured below. Have fun!
17 Jun 09
That is the reason why Carlo is in Chelsea isn't it. But seriously I do not think the current team is good enough for the Champions League. For starters it is aging. Superstars like Ballack etc are over the moon. Lampard, Terry and Essien have had three good seasons, they are now looking for support around them... Looks like Carvalho would be moving on, also Essien seems to be interested in moving over to Italy... I think we need to see who Carlo brings in and then see how things go from there... I think Roman will have to wait at least 2 years before the Champions League glory, but will he give any manager that much time? Cheers! Ram
26 Jun 09
I also think that Chelsea is getting "old". The club need fresheness. The team needs to work like a ral team. The profesionalism is just not enought for winning the CL. We all watch the final this year and Barca show as what need to be done and how the play need to be organized. The not just play they feel the game in the "brain of their bones" and probably this is what is missing to us. Carlo is big so if Roman gives him enought time to make a change we can win it. I am 100% sure that atleast 2 new playears will com from Italy and probably the old ones will not be used. I really think that Ballack does not give his heart for the team and he will be a good choice to go.
15 Sep 09
Well, Carlo's first real test takes place today at home against Porto from my country. Let's see how it goes. So far Chelsea hasn't been performing so bad in the league either. Never been a big Ancelotti fan but at least he's a real manager, unlike that last zionist they had there last season...