LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Roman Abramovich and the Chelsea team celebrate from an open top bus during the Chelsea victory parade following their UEFA Champions League and FA Cup victories on May 20, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)
Well this is cute. Bayern Munich have issued an official release regarding their own fans booing Arjen Robben during the club's recent friendly against the Netherlands in which they show just what they think about Chelsea's status as Champions of Europe:
Just like all the other players, fans and friends of FC Bayern, Arjen Robben is deeply disappointed and hurt by the unlucky and undeserved defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League final in a penalty shootout.
I might (and probably will, if I ever get any time) argue that completely failing to trouble Petr Cech despite creating a hatful of chances in the biggest match of the season and then having several players too scared to take penalty kicks implies that our opposition would have been undeserving of the win, had they indeed gone on to lift the trophy, but I'm allowed to do that sort of thing. I'm a blogger.
Bayern's official stance appears to be that Chelsea do not deserve to have won the Champions League this season. That's... disappointing, at best.