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2008-09 season
General information
Manager Luiz Felipe Scolari (To February)

Ray Wilkins (Caretaker)

Guus Hiddink (Interim)

Captain John Terry
Performance
Premier League 3rd
FA Cup Winners
League Cup 4th Round
Europe Semi-finals
Top scorers
League Nicolas Anelka (19)
FA Cup Nicolas Anelka (4)
League Cup Kalou, Lampard, Malouda, Drogba (1)
Europe Didier Drogba (5)
Overall Nicolas Anelka (25)
Attendances
Highest 41,836
Lowest 37,781

The 2008-09 season was Chelsea's 105th season of football since they were established.

SquadEdit

FriendliesEdit

Pre-seasonEdit

Date Opponent Score Scorers
23 July 2008 Guangzhou 4-0 Kalou (20), Lampard (51), Di Santo (79), Wright-Phillips (87)
26 July 2008 Chengdu Blades 7-0 Anelka (15), Kalou (31), Lampard (38), J. Cole (59, 82), Di Santo (65),
Wright-Phillips (85)
29 July 2008 Malaysian XI 2-0 Anelka (26), A. Cole (53)
1 August 2008 Lokomotiv 1-1 Essien (26)
3 August 2008 Milan 5-0 Lampard (3), Anelka (8, 18, 51, 58)

ResultsEdit

LeagueEdit

Date Opponent Score Scorers
17 August 2008 Portsmouth 4-0 J. Cole (12), Anelka (26), Lampard (pen 45+1), Deco (88)
24 August 2008 Wigan 1-0 Deco (4)
31 August 2008 Tottenham 1-1 Belletti (27)
13 September 2008 Man City 3-1 Carvalho (16), Lampard (53), Anelka (69)
20 September 2008 Man Utd 1-1 Kalou (80),
27 September 2008 Stoke 2-0 Bosingwa (36), Anelka (76)
5 October 2008 Aston Villa 2-0 Cole (21), Anelka (43)
18 October 2008 Middlesborough 5-0 Kalou (14), Belletti (51), Wheater (o.g. 53), Lampard (63), Malouda (67)
26 October 2008 Liverpool 0-1
29 October 2008 Hull City 3-0 Lampard (3), Anelka (50), Malouda (75)
1 November 2008 Sunderland 5-0 Alex (27), Anelka (30, 45, 53), Lampard (53)
9 November 2008 Blackburn 2-0 Anelka (40, 68)
15 November 2008 West Brom 3-0 Bosingwa (34), Anelka (38, 45)
22 November 2008 Newcastle 0-0
30 November 2008 Arsenal 1-2 Djourou (o.g. 31)
6 December 2008 Bolton 2-0 Anelka (9), Deco (21)
14 December 2008 West Ham 1-1 Anelka (51)
22 December 2008 Everton 0-0
26 December 2008 West Brom 2-0 Drogba (3), Lampard (45+1)
28 December 2008 Fulham 2-2 Lampard (50, 72)
11 January 2009 Man Utd 0-3
17 January 2009 Stoke 2-1 Belletti (88), Lampard (90+3)
28 January 2009 Middlesborough 2-0 Kalou (58, 81)
1 February 2009 Liverpool 0-2
7 February 2009 Hull City 0-0
21 February 2009 Aston Villa 1-0 Anelka (19)
28 February 2009 Wigan 2-1 Terry (25), Lampard (90+1)
3 March 2009 Portsmouth 1-0 Drogba (79)
15 March 2009 Man City 1-0 Essien (18)
21 March 2009 Tottenham 0-1
4 April 2009 Newcastle 2-0 Lampard (56), Malouda (65)
11 April 2009 Bolton 4-3 Ballack (40), Drogba (48, 63), Lampard (pen 60)
22 April 2009 Everton 0-0
25 April 2009 West Ham 1-0 Kalou (55)
2 May 2009 Fulham 3-1 Anelka (1), Malouda (10), Drogba (53)
10 May 2009 Arsenal 4-1 Alex (28), Anelka (39), Toure (o.g. 49), Malouda (86)
17 May 2009 Blackburn 2-0 Malouda (4), Anelka (59)
24 May 2009 Sunderland 3-2 Anelka (47), Kalou (74), A. Cole (86)

FA CupEdit

Round Date Opponent Score Scorers
3 3 January 2009 Southend 1-1 Kalou (31)
3 (R) 14 January 2009 Southend 4-1 Ballack (45), Kalou (60), Anelka (78), Lampard (90)
4 24 January 2009 Ipswich 3-1 Ballack (16, 59), Lampard (85)
5 14 February 2009 Watford 3-1 Anelka (75, 77, 90)
Quarter-final 7 March 2009 Coventry 2-0 Drogba (15), Alex (72)
Semi-final 18 April 2009 Arsenal 2-1 Malouda (33), Drogba (84)
Final 30 May 2009 Everton 2-1 Drogba (21), Lampard (72)

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