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 its 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 sits at the bottom half of the table and have lost six Premier league games out of eleven with their recent loss coming against rivals Liverpool. It was claimed that the Portuguese will be axed if he doesn’t get a result against Liverpool now that the Portuguese have failed to defeat Jurgen Klopp’s side, it might just be time for the Jose to be shown the exit door.
It was reported that the Portuguese have lost the dressing room and some players are no longer backing their manager.
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.
Eva Carneiro’s incident has reportedly spoilt the peaceful working environment. Some staffs no longer support Jose because of the incident
These conflicts are not good for the stability of the club and thus affect the performance of players.
The club needs to fix up all internal conflicts even if it meant parting ways with Mourinho for the second time.
He isn’t doing the image of the club any good
Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association several times in the last year. The war of words with authorites is giving the club a bad image and its beginning to rub off on the club as Chelsea were recently Charged after the game against West Ham.
Secondly, if Jose fails to qualify for the champions league next season, it will damage the club’s status outside England. Chelsea must avoid missing out of the top four this season even if it means sacking Mourinho now!