As the beginning of the season is almost in sight, big changes are happening between the clubs of Barclays Premier League. One of that move is the new manager from Chelsea, in the person of Andre Villas-Boas, a man with big hopes and expectations.
The new Blues boss has the main mission to knock Manchester United off the top of the Barclays Premier League, a big objective but he is confident that his team can cope with all the big pressure.
Last season proved to be one of the most unpredictable campaigns of recent times, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City all threatening a sustained title.
Chelsea’s new manager said: “There are so many strong teams. You see the way Tottenham are playing, the ambitions and the revolution at Manchester City, Arsenal’s hunger for success and the way last season slipped away from them for sure Mr Wenger will provoke them to respond in every fixture.
The way United go about their business. They are not here to play, They are here to be successful. Even Liverpool, with the arrival of Dalglish mid-season, the way he built and revived Liverpool, just missing out on the Europa League spot – big, big challenges lie ahead for us, and that is what we want to face.”
Will all those changes affect Chelsea’s game? It will be in good or bad? Keep it close to find more about the subject!