Chelsea began the year with a freshly appointed manager from Porto who won everything there. Believed to be able to bring the same changes and reform that Jose Mourinho once brought, Andre Villas-Boas tried his best to change the team and even removed several aged players in that process.
His actions were not welcomed by Chelsea's "Old Boys".
Roman doesn't really care who's not happy, as long as there is a cup in the cabinet at the end of the season—most importantly from the UEFA Champion League.
Villas-Boas began his season on a roller coaster ride, drawing his first EPL matches and then having what Chelsea would consider bad run of form.
Most importantly, his run in the UEFA Champions League.