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May 14, 2010
Posted by David Kyle on 05/14/2010

Here we go, Here we go, Here we go.

Everybody loves a cup final weekend, it's tough to believe that it's now 13 years since a collective of blue strolled back down Wembley way after witnessing Wise going up to lift the FA Cup.

Since then we've been fairly regular visitors to the famous national stadium, old and new, and here is a potted history.

Ron Harris Proudly Presents Chelsea's First FA Cup Win ©Mirror Football
May 10, 2010
Posted by David Kyle on 05/10/2010

And it's back. Already within ten minutes of being crowned I struggled through a throng of Chelsea faithful declaring to the Fulham Road that is why indeed we are champions.

On three occasions we have knocked seven goals past the bewildered defences of Aston Villa, Stoke and Sunderland and to win the trophy by topping that with a spectacular 8 past Wigan on Sunday was the icing on the cake.

Surely now I will no longer be reading comments from opposing fans declaring that referee's decisions were the reasons we won the title. Or are 103 goals still not proof enough?

A picture supposedly says 1000 words, this says 103 goals! ©PA Photos
May 4, 2010
Posted by David Kyle on 05/04/2010

You may have read articles from both Lampard and Cech in the aftermath of the 2-0 victory against Liverpool where they have both stated we deserve the title this season, sentiments echoed from my blog last week.

Petr Cech maintained that this was down to the fact that we have taken all 18 points from the "big four" games this season - a feat achieved only by Chelsea in Premier League history.

Of course this is a major factor in Premier League success, but I think there are several more reasons why we are on our way to our fourth top flight title.

The Best Sports Photo Ever? ©Reuters Pictures
Phil Lythell Phil Lythell is a Chelsea season ticket holder and lifelong Blues supporter stretching back to the sepia-tinted days of Kerry Dixon and Pat Nevin. Author of Chelsea-centric blog, Phil has spent his entire life living within a 20 minute walk of Stamford Bridge which has cost him a fortune but has also kept him from those interminable queues outside Fulham Broadway Station giving him more time in the pub to discuss the latest glorious/calamitous/insipid match.

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