#MouOut – 4 STRONG Reasons Why Jose Mourinho Should Be SACKED

Just few months after lifting the Barclay’s Premier league trophy, Jose Mourinho ‘s side are currently struggling and the Portuguese is under pressure.

We look at some reasons why it’s better the club and the Portuguese go their separate ways for the second time.

The results are so poor

The blues have won just three of their league games this season. Jose Mourinho’s side sit 15th on the Premier league table with their recent loss coming against West Ham at Boleyn Ground. The results are not good for Jose Mourinho’s side and it might be time for the Portuguese to be shown the exit door if results does not improve.

Internal Conflicts

The Portuguese seems to have lost the dressing room. It was reported that Jose Mourinho is at war with some of his players.

There were reports of tension between the manager and club captain John Terry when the defender was dropped out of the starting xi earlier in the season.

It was also reported that some members of the club’s staff including the players are unhappy with how the Portuguese handled former club doctor Eva Carneiro.

These conflicts are not good for the stability of the club and performance of the players.

The Portuguese must fix up all internal conflicts if he must remain at the club and must leave if he can’t fix it.

The frequent war with authorities

Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association several times in the last year, the Portuguese was recently given a £50,000 fine and a potential stadium ban for saying that referees are scared of awarding penalties to his club. The frequent war of words with the FA is beginning to give the club a bad image and Jose Mourinho must stop this if he wants to remain in England.

The future of the club is at stake

The competition for Champions league places in England’s top flight is getting tougher every year. The blues are in danger of missing out of the top four. Failure to qualify for the Champions league this season will come with serious consequence for Romam Abramovich’s club.

The blues must avoid missing out on the top four by all cost and even if that is at the expense of the best manager in the club’s history – Jose Mourinho, then the club needs to act fast.

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