EPL News: Jose Mourinho Feels Isolated, Betrayed By His Own Players
After beating the reigning champions 2-1, Leicester City is vociferously claiming that they would clinch the Premiership title. Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea boss, on the other hand, feels betrayed by his own men after losing to Leicester.Advertisement
Moreover, the Chelsea boss also criticized the ball-boys for time-wasting. According to Mourinho, these boys are a disgrace to the Premier League. Chelsea’s poor run has sparked rumors that Mourinho will lose his post ahead of the next tie against Sunderland.
Mourinho himself isn’t 100-percent convinced about continuing on Blues’ bench anymore. “The only thing I can say is that I want to be,” he said as quoted by Real GM. “I have no doubts and I think you know me well enough, three years this time, plus three years another time, that I am not afraid of a big challenge, and in this moment this is a real big challenge. I want to stay, I hope Mr Abramovich and the board want me to stay.”
What was Mourinho pointing at by applying the term “betrayal”? He was upset about the defensive lapse of ace defender John Terry and Kurt Zouma while Jamie Vardy scored. Chelsea succumbed to their ninth defeat of the season under the Portuguese. And the atmosphere in the dressing room has become toxic.
The players are utterly dissatisfied by their coach’s humiliating post-match analysis.