For me it has been the camaraderie around camp. From the very first game to the very last, this team has shown a United Front that none of us could have imagined possible considering the shite at the WC, the squabbles last season and the fact a few things just didn't feel right for a while. Even in the goal celebrations you could see that this wasn't just a bunch of professionals working together, rather, it was a bunch of friends having a laugh whilst scoring a ton of goals. I think there's one thing that stood out more than anything else at Barcelona this season: those players are not playing with a smile on a face any longer. It reminds me of when Ronaldo was getting scolded the last few seasons for doing the wrong thing for the team - no a single soul has bollocked him all season for making mistakes and I think he has thrived in that environment. I also think it helped him to come out of his shell and express himself to the fullest. The second thing I've really appreciated this season is the effort of the 'little guys' I give O'Shea a lot of stick and have given the likes of Smith, Park, Heinze etc a harsh word or two for whatever reason, but the effort and commitment they've all put in (barring Louis and KR) has been incredible. As a squad we've been absolutely maximised this season. Every single player played a sizeable part in this title and just made you proud of them (bracketed two accepted) it just goes to show that when the spirit in camp is perfect a bunch of players can exceed expectations by a vast margin (I also think this is the case at Reading and Sunderland.) Those are my two, what's yours?