Former Manchester United right back Gary Neville who is now a football pundit has blasted Chelsea’s boss Jose Mourinho for making the headlines for all of the bad reasons.
In the season curtain race against Arsenal; Jose Mourinho was in the headlines for not giving the Gunners credit for defeating his side rather he commented that the community shield isn’t important and Arsenal won using a negative pattern by ‘’parking the bus’’ in front of the goal post.
On the Blues first game of the season at home to Swansea City Jose Mourinho displayed his bad side to Chelsea’s female doctor Eva Carneiro for attempting to treat Eden Hazard during stoppage time with the blues already one man down which eventually led to her quitting her position in the Blues medical team.
The Chelsea boss has been in the spot light week in and week out for all the wrong reasons and it’s not helping the players’ confidence. He substituted Chelsea’s skipper John terry with Kourt Zouma and said it was a tactical change, he criticised the referee in charge of Chelsea against FC Porto game saying his side were denied a clear penalty, Jose criticised the referee that officiated calling the referee weak and naïve.
The Chelsea boss was recently fined £50,000 for his harsh comment and on the weekend was sent to the stands along with one of his coach Silvino Louro by referee Moss. One thing is for sure, Mourinho has lost control of his squad and will incur further rot from the English FA if he continues with such misconducts; although it is looking highly unlikely that the Portuguese would remain as the coach of the blues if result doesn’t improve.
The blues will face Stoke City in the capital one cup before facing fellow strugglers Liverpool at the weekend. Win in both matches would boost confidence and offer the special one a chance to safe his reputation. Less talk and more action in the field is what the blues need and as Former United legend Gary Neville pointed out; the Premier league needs Jose Mourinho.Follow Football News Arena on Facebook and Twitter for the latest transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from across the major Leagues in Europe and around the World.