‘Unstable attitude’ of Chelsea players

Jose Mourinho, Chelsea’s manager has scrutinized the “unstable attitude” of some of his players amid the club’s poor begin to the season.

Mourinho said his team, who won the Premier League last season yet are fourteenth after seven matches of the ebb and flow battle, need “serial champions”.

On Tuesday, Chelsea visit Mourinho’s previous club Porto in the Champions League.

“Clearly it’s an attitude perspective of some individuals,” he said.

“And when you have individuals with that unstable attitude in terms of motivation, desire and commitment you will pay.”

Chelsea completed eight scores in front of runners-up Manchester City in the Premier League last season yet have neglected to win five of their initial seven group amusements this term.

Then again, they did beat Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 in their opening Champions League gathering amusement prior this month.

Mourinho asserted just protectors John Terry, 34, Branislav Ivanovic, 31, and 28-year-old midfielder John Obi Mikel have won various titles – and that nobody’s place is sheltered if the club’s poor structure proceeds.

“There are two sorts of champions,” added the 52-year-old Portuguese.

“There are champions who win something – and there are lots of them – but there are the other champions who during their career win one, two, three, four, five, 10 or 20 titles.

“We have 25 champions from last year – but serial champions in this squad, how many do we have?

“I can be five or 10 years without winning a title, but I will still be a serial champion in my approach and my attitude. This is the problem we have at this moment.”

Mourinho has left previous England captain Terry out for as long as two Premier League diversions while Ivanovic and midfielder Cesc Fabregas have been censured.

Terry has begun just the League Cup win at Walsall since a 3-1 misfortune at Everton on 12 September.

In 2006, amid his first spell in control at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho portrayed eight of his first-cooperative people – including Terry, Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba – as “untouchable” in light of their structure.

“Only consistency can give you that status,” said Mourinho. “Football is about today. At this moment, I don’t have untouchables.

“To be a winner you don’t need to win all the time, but you must have a strong mentality every game, every day.”

Mourinho will have striker Diego Costa accessible in Porto as his three-match boycott over an occurrence including Arsenal’s Laurent Koscielny does not have any significant bearing to European diversions.

Inquired as to whether he required 11 Costas on the pitch, Mourinho said: “We would lose every game because the desire to suspend him is so big that we wouldn’t have players to start the game.

“I’m happy to have only one and let him play until they decide to suspend him again.”

Porto drew their opening Group G match 2-2 at Dynamo Kiev.

 

 

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