Chelsea had won back-to-back titles and, supported by Russian oil money, looked set to dominate for years. But, rather then sitting back, they decided to shit their rivals up by spending £30 million on the world's (then) best striker, the prolific Ukrainaian from AC Milan. It should have been a moment to savor. Turns out Sheva was about to begin a rapid decline that reportedly led to in-house arguments over whether he should play. With only 22 goals in 75 appearances over two years for the Blues, a dream signing it was not.