Man City’s Premier League failings could damage Chelsea’s European campaign

A post about Chelsea and their chances in Europe’s elite competition.

The Bootiful Game

After Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool on the weekend most pundits handed the Premier League crown to Jose Mourinho’s men. The transition of domestic power taking just six months from Eastlands to Stamford Bridge. Gary Lineker took to Twitter to congratulate Chelsea on a league and cup double as Chelsea beat Spurs at Wembley on the same day to lift the League Cup.

Whilst the news is all good for Chelsea and their fans on the domestic front, their superiority and dominance in the league won’t help them in Europe’s elite competition. Since nowadays you do not even have to be champions of your country to qualify for the Champions League the intensity and workload in the race to become Europe’s top dog has increased markedly. The top leagues in Europe are afforded four places and the Champions League in most people’s eyes is seen as…

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