David Batty only played in one season of the Champions league. He did so in the 1995-1996 season of the CHampions league when Blackburn Rovers qualified.
This is not possible as the winners of the Champions League and Europa League get direct entry to the next UEFA Champions League. Hence this case can't happen in the Champions League.
The 2009-10 season was the last time they played in the Champions League. Ofcourse, they have qualified for the current season i.e 2014/15.
In every season, the top four teams in the English Premier League qualify for the champions league. However, If a team did not qualify at the end of a season, but wins the champions league, then the team in fourth gets knocked out of their qualifying spot for the champions league winners.
Only only team qualifies in the Champions league from Turkey. For example, Galatasaray qualified in the 13/14 season.
they had finished fourth in the 2004-05 season......and that is the same season when Liverpool finished 5th in the premier league but on the other hand the Champions league was also won by Liverpool ......so after the finals it was decided that the champions league holder has to play in the champions league on a mandatory basis and thus liver pool were part of the 2005-2006 champions league..... Everton on the other hand after finishing fourth had a chance to play in the champions league, but at that time of the decade the rule said that the teams finishing third and fourth in the league has to go through a qualifying round, and thus Everton did not beat the team which was pitted against it and thus did not play in the champions league.......
No they do not do it.They have to qualify for the next season.
Chelsea will not play the play off, they have automatically qualified
If Chelsea wins the Champions League, they will automatically be qualified for next year's no matter what their position is at the end of the season, and since the Premier League can only have four teams Newcastle would then not go to the Champions League but the Europa League, everything moving down one.
In 1992, Arsenal qualified for the European Cup, as the tournament was still under this banner at that point. After this, there was a gap in qualifying until the 1998-1999 season. Since then, they have qualified for the Champions' League in every season, meaning that they have done it for this format a total of 14 times, plus the other time with the European Cup format.
Chelsea FC won the Champions league title for the 2011/12 season.