By Jackee Arce @knackeredwriter on July 27, 2014
Chelsea FC is one of the top clubs in the English Premiere League. It finished 3rd in EPL, and it made it to the semi-finals in the UEFA Champions League. There is no doubt that Chelsea is a top team, but it can be even better this season. Here at the top 5 reasons everyone should keep an eye on Chelsea.
It has been a busy summer for Jose Mourinho and it has been a vocal one. Mourinho was very open about his opinions, and it shows how active he's choosing to be. His first year back coaching Chelsea FC wasn't as successful as he would have liked it to be, but he is looking to improve.
It was a bad summer for the Spanish National Team after being knocked out of the World Cup in group stage. This gives Spanish teammates more of a drive to win, and luckily with Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa joining Chelsea FC, it gives the Spanish players more time to bond and play together. This is a big help to Chelsea that will hopefully trickle over to Spain.
Frank Lampard was a essential player to the Chelsea FC lineup for over a decade. He had won the player of the year award for a record three times and was a top goal scorer. He will be missed by the team, but it has many other players ready to step up in Lampard's place. Hopefully, the team will continue to be a success without the Chelsea FC legend.
Diego Costa came out of Atletico Madrid after an amazing run with the team. Chelsea FC picked him up in hopes of having that talent in their lineup, and after a bad World Cup run, Costa was able to perform for Chelsea. It was just one match, but he already scored his first goal. He needs to continue to play hard and help Chelsea win trophies this season.
Didier Drogba was an incredible player for Chelsea FC and a top player for EPL. He left such a memorable impression that he has returned to the club and is ready to win once again. Picking Drogba back up was a superb idea on Chelsea's part, and he will be a pivotal player this season.
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