Arguments have broken out between punters regarding their stance with manager Jose Mourinho – and The Guardian believes similar issues are starting to take shape in West London.
Senior squad members are said to be astonished by John Terry’s continued absence away from the first-time, whilst there is concerns as to why Loic Remy and Radamel Falcao were left behind as Chelsea travelled to Portugal.
The scapegoat attitude Mourinho has adopted with his players has left an eerie feeling around Stamford Bridge, with the former Real Madrid boss recently declaring he will play the kids if his senior players don’t start to improve.
Many of the Blues fans at the pool table believe Mourinho is acting like a one-man army and won’t do himself any favours in the long-run, with the Portuguese manager still under intense scrutiny following an scathing attack on his medical staff after the Blues opening Premier League draw with Swansea City.
To us, it’s beginning to sound like an episode of Made In Chelsea…
Chelsea fans, is Jose Mourinho going too far with his tactics and style? Is there too much drama at Stamford Bridge? Let us know below!