Gambling Advisor blog news: Chelsea faces its last chance this saturday to salvage the season with a title in the Cup final in English football, where you face an Everton always ready to spoil the party one of the big four.
The "blues" were eliminated in the semifinals of the Champions League for the champions in the end, Barcelona; options in the Premier League title were dashed early, after a rough patch at the turn of the year that ended with the dismissal Technician, Luiz Felipe Scolari, and the League Cup on penalties was removed by Burnley, recently promoted to first division.
"A great club like Chelsea needs to win titles every year and almost everybody knows how was this season," said the Dutchman Guus Hiddink, who came to the rescue after the dismissal of Scolari.
With a win on the lawn "sacred" in Wembley, which was widely criticized dismal state, the blues provide the technician of 62 years the perfect farewell gift, because the Dutch will return to his post as coach of Russia after the match.
"We would like to dismiss him with a trophy, as a sign of gratitude," said Frank Lampard English. Under the aegis of Hiddink, appreciated by players and fans, the team lost only one game.
In case of defeat, however, the Chelsea encadenaría his second year in succession without a trophy, too much for the London club's Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich.
"A season without a title is considered a failure, and it is right that is so, if you look at the quality of the workforce," said Lampard.
"It's our last chance," he said on his part the German midfielder Michael Ballack, for whom the traditional end of the tournament, the oldest in Europe, has a special significance.
When Chelsea last won the trophy in 2007, the first of the season in London and Germany, Ballack had to watch the match as a spectator because of a foot injury.
For the German, despite the disappointments, the blues had a good season. "We had good performances. And in the Champions League we were one of the strongest teams, if not the best."
Therefore, after elimination in the final minute of their knockout semi-finals in Champions, the FA-Cup "looks like a consolation prize for the giant London.
"The Cup is a great title, recognized not only in England but throughout the world," said Hiddink, however, always attentive to the motivation of their men, who start as clear favorites to win.
The party, however, will not be any ride. Everton tied at zero, who played two matches with Chelsea in the Premier League and eliminated the league champion, Manchester United, in the semifinals.
"I think it was a moment where we need to win something," said the coach David Moyes, whose team finished fifth in the Premiership and is posited as an alternative to the dominance of the big four United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal.
"I do not say it now, but will come," insisted the coach of Everton, which is seeking its first title since winning the Cup in 1995.