. The Chelsea manager’s sack look imminent
. Capitulation against Liverpool, coupled with the meltdown at Upton Park makes the ‘Special One’s position appear precarious
Chelsea Manager, Jose Mourinho
Naij.com Sports analysed the Legacy of Indiscipline that Jose Mourinho is about to leave behind at the Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea’s sack of Mourinho second time around looks imminent after his team’s capitulation to Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. The Blues, who suffered a meltdown at Upton Park last week saturday which was marred by the disgraceful scene of ‘The Happy One’ lambasting the match referee at half time after the sending off of Nemanja Matic, leading to Mourinho and his assistant Silvino Louro being sent to the stand and two more players booked as anarchy reigned, bringing the club into disrepute yet again and beaten by Stoke in the Carling Cup in the preceding week, were outplayed, out-thought and out-fought by the resurgent Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp.
A normally vociferous character was reduced to numbness and visibly despondent when questioned by reporters on his view of the match after the Liverpool loss at Stamford Bridge. It’s indeed a sorry state of affairs for the ‘Special One’.
Surely, it is not a question of IF Jose Abramovich will stick but WHEN he wil twist, even after his declared public support for the ‘Happy One’ about a month ago and the most recent tentative stay of execution given by the club, making him the Chelsea manager by DEFAULT. This year alone, Mourinho has amased a combined fine of over N35Million by the English FA and given suspension of one match ban for insinuating officials were afraid to give the Blues penalties. Chelsea have been riddled with indiscipline.
A sober-looking Mourinho
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