Mourinho did not specifically refer to Carneiro as a secretary and Rabbatts was referring to his press conference after the Swansea game, when he said: “I wasn’t happy with my medical staff because even if you are a kit man, a medical doctor or a secretary on the bench you have to understand the game“.
The result 1-1 is a huge penalty and, once more, we don’t get.
The decision to recall captain John Terry backfired and fellow centre back Gary Cahill was similarly suspect in defence as Mourinho endured only his third league loss at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea manager.
“We are always punished”.
“If the club want to sack me, they have to sack me because I’m not running away from my responsibility and my team”. The first negative thing that happens, the team collapses, the team mentally and psychologically is unbelievably down.
The Blues slipped to their fourth league defeat of the season against Southampton on Saturday and lie 16th in the table after eight games.
According to Sport24, Mourinho felt that Chelsea should have gotten a penalty at 1-1 when Radamel Falcao was booked for diving in an incident involving goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.
“If they do get rid of him, they are going down a different route as a club”. I assume my responsibilities, I think the players should assume their responsibilities, there are other people in the club who should also assume their responsibilities, and to stick together.
Mourinho refused to analyse individual performances, but denied humiliating Nemanja Matic, a half-time substitute who was hauled off 28 minutes later.
Many pundits seem to believe that Mourinho’s statements in his press conference puts pressure on the club owner, Roman Abrahamovic, alluding to the frequency with which coaches are sacked at chelsea when results go bad. “If the club wants to sack me, they have to sack me. No way. Why? Because Chelsea can not have a better manager than me”, Mourinho told reporters.
Chelsea are leaking goals at an alarming rate at one end of the pitch and, at the other, they look toothless.
“First, because I have my professional pride and I know I am very good at my job”. I think we’re about to find out just how correct or incorrect he is about all that.
Mourinho’s side lost 2-1 to Porto in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
Instead, though, they allowed Southampton to come back into the game with Koeman’s side growing in confidence and fuelled by a sense of injustice when a strong appeal for a penalty was turned down after Mane appeared to have been tripped by Ramires. Sometimes I change and sometimes I give them two or three matches.
Southampton took the lead three minutes after referee Robert Madley’s decision through Sadio Mane, and Mourinho felt it was an indication referees were afraid to give decisions to the Blues.