No Chelsea fan needs reminding 2015-16 was a season to forget - see above.
But a new survey has discovered that when it comes to value for season ticket holder money they did even worse than a final 10th place finish.
In terms of cost of season ticket against goals scored, Manchester City offered thrifty thrill seekers the best value in the Premier League.
The club’s cheapest season ticket cost £299 last season according to the BBC’s Price of Football survey.
Fans were treated to 47 goals by the club’s players in home league games, more than any other side in the division.
That works out at just £6 per goal.
No other club offered a better pound per goal ratio in the top flight.
Champions Leicester City’s cheapest season ticket cost £365.
With the Foxes scoring 35 home goals that works out at just £10 a goal, making it the second best value ticket in the league - as far as goals per pound is concerned anyway.
Witnessing one of the most extraordinary title wins in footballing history no doubt made the tickets feel like the bargain of the century.
Holders of Everton’s and Stoke’s cheapest season tickets paid the equivalent of £13 per home goal, while holders of Southampton’s cheapest paid £14 and Newcastle’s £15.
This might be some consolation to Chelsea supporters: Arsenal had the worst value season ticket in the division.
The cheapest season ticket at the Emirates costs £1,104. With the Gunners scoring 31 times in the league that works out at a whopping £33 per goal.
Holders of the club’s most expensive season ticket (£2,013) have effectively paid a staggering £64.94 per goal.
Swansea did not take part in the survey so haven’t been included in this article.
The full list, pounds per goal: