Apprentice star, Karren Brady, has claimed that Jose Mourinho’s troubles at Stamford Bridge this season stem from problems with people in the hierarchy at the club, as reported by the Telegraph.
Chelsea suffered another defeat this weekend as they were trounced 3-1 by Liverpool, and Brady was scathing in her Sun column about Mourinho: “For the second half we clear a place for him next to his three directors but he chooses to stand at the back, among Hammers fans.
“As I walk past I can practically feel his mood, injustice oozing from every pore. He has the look of a man who is ready to fight the world.”
“I wish he was on close terms with his chief executive, as this should be a person he trusts to watch his back and, when necessary, talk some sense into him.”
The latest defeat for Chelsea leaves them comfortably in the bottom half of the table and it has previously been suggested that there was internal tension at the club over failure to sign certain targets in the summer.
The attempts to sign John Stones were highly publicised and Mourinho is not a man who is too accepting of not getting his own way.
Since the Community Sheild curtain raiser in August, Mourinho has been a shadow of the man who won the title last year and his team have been in turmoil.
Again, he found himself in great controversy when he was deemed to have behaved in a sexist manner towards the club’s female physio.