The blues hierarchy are said to be considering parting company with manager, Jose Mourinho. Reports claim the Portuguese will be clinging to his job after the blues lost to Liverpool on Saturday.
The Mirror claims, the 52 year old is hanging on a thin thread following the blues loss to West Ham last weekend and Liverpool yesterday.
It is believed that the blues hierarchy are concerned with the Portuguese eratic behaviour and also with the poor results.
Mourinho was publicly backed by the club’s owner Roman Abramovich three weeks ago but it is claimed that the club is willing to consider the Portuguese future again.
Players, former Players and Managers are also backing the Portuguese to keep his Job at Stamford Bridge including Guus Poyet.
“It’s not the problem of any one person,” Poyet told Sportsweek.
“You cannot take all praise when you win and you can’t be criticised for everything when you lose.
“Normally in England unfortunately we go for the head of the manager, but, if you haven’t been on the touchline, you don’t know how you feel in certain situations. We only look at the bad things.
“I do like Mourinho and I have no doubt he will keep his job.”
Mourinho received a red card at half time in the game against West Ham was sent to the stands, the manager is currently fined £50,000 and a one match suspension by the Football Association and the blues hierarchy are said to be worried about their Manager’s behaviour.