The remainder of the players featuring in Chelsea's 2014 calendar have all left the club, highlighting the change which has occurred at Stamford Bridge.
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Chelsea's 2014 calendar highlights just how much things have changed at the club in recent times.
The calendar, which was released at the start of the year, is already severely out-of-date, with the final three months of the year all featuring players who have left Stamford Bridge.
October has a picture of Juan Mata, who is now at Manchester United, November has a trio of departed stars with Fernando Torres (AC Milan), Demba Ba (Besiktas) and Samuel Eto'o (Everton) all shown, whilst December centres around Frank Lampard, who is on the books of New York City.
The quintet could all have been considered first-team players last season, but their time at Chelsea has proven to be up after some serious strengthening which has occurred throughout the year.
The Blues brought in a host of talented players this summer - with Cesc Fabregas, Loic Remy, Diego Costa and Filipe Luis the most eye-catching - and when their 2015 calendar is released, the players featured will look stronger than the ones shown in 2014.
Chelsea were not too far off the pace of winning the Premier League title last season, but they look fully equipped to meet their expectations this time around.
There are no obvious weaknesses in Jose Mourinho's squad this campaign and their start, where they have collected maximum points from their opening three games, has only gone to confirm their status as title contenders.