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The Blues competed in the Premier League, League Cup, FA Cup, Super Cup and Champions League, but the Blues were unable to get their hands on any trophy.
Chelsea came close to winning the FA Cup, after reaching the final, only to lose to Arsenal 2-1. Frank Lampard also saw his side lose the Super Cup to Liverpool on penalties.
However, despite Chelsea’s lack of trophy this season, Chelsea hero Pat Nevin has termed the season a success.
Nevin wrote in his column for the official Chelsea website: “Looking back at this season now, that is what it felt like – an adventure. An exciting one, an unpredictable one but one that has already been successful and is likely to be more so. It will certainly never be boring with Frank at the helm; he is just too positive-minded and too much of a winner to have his team play any other way.
“We got the top four spot we wanted with the promise of Champions League football, we brought through a bunch of young players, we reached a cup final, we managed to beat all of the top sides in the country as we did it but that all seems almost secondary to how Frank brought the Chelsea support even closer to the club than it has been for a few years.
“There were no trophies but I have enjoyed this season more than some others that have delivered the glittering prize because of the way we are trying to do it. This is Chelsea, this is who we are and what we want to be. So, thanks for the season lads and we all can’t wait to see you giving us more of the same but even better when you come back. I just hope the fans can be back at the ground safely as soon as possible. For the team, that would be as good as any new signing Frank could make.”