Rabat - Following Chelsea’s weak season start at the Premier League, the British Club’s owner, Russian Roman Abramovich, is reportedly not happy with Mourinho’s performance.
Rabat – Following Chelsea’s weak season start at the Premier League, the British Club’s owner, Russian Roman Abramovich, is reportedly not happy with Mourinho’s performance.
According to sports website Goal.com, Abramovich believes Mourinho is to blame for the Chelsea’s poor performance and is not happy with him.
The Russian owner, who has put in a good amount of money into the club, requires good performances from his coach.
While the Portuguese manager has taken the Chelsea on a roller and helped the team to win last season’s Premier League, the start of this season has been terrible for the blues, including their recent match against the Arsenal, which has been considered a test for Mourinho’s coaching in his boss’ eyes. Despite the Chelsea’s victory 2-0 over the Arsenal, their play was reported not convincing.
Abramovich is known for firing former coaches for bad results. For instance, in November 2012, he did not hesitate fire Di Matteo even though the Italian manager helped Chelsea win two major trophies, including the 2012 Champions League, the only Champions League title in the Blue’s history.
Over the years, Chelsea’s owner has earned the nickname of “hurricane Abramovich” for his demanding expectations.
Mourinho needs to turn the Chelsea’s “disastrous” results around, or he could be facing “hurricane Abramovich” strong winds soon, which could cost him his job.
The Portuguese coach went through the same situation it in 2007 when it was said that Mourinho and the club’s directives had reached a “mutual consent” for his departure from the club.