Chelsea continues to languish in the bottom half of the table close to the drop zone after a 3-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge and the question begs: is it time for the most successful manager in the club’s history to go?
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has remained defiant in the face of questioning regarding his future, and whether or not his job was on the line against Liverpool.
But a defeat at Stamford Bridge against Jurgen Klopp’s side piles even more pressure on the Chelsea boss, despite his suggestions to the contrary.
And Mourinho, normally so confident and upbeat, carried the air of a beaten man as he stood hands in pockets on the touchline in the closing seconds with defeat assured and Stamford Bridge emptying rapidly.
Mourinho laughed in frustration when he thought Lucas should have been given a second yellow card with the score at 1-1
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