The identity of the Chelsea player leading anti-Mourinho revolt revealed?

Chelsea’s season has been a bit of a disaster so far. From the highs of being the champions last term, the Blues have slipped to six losses in their opening 11 games and currently sit way down the table in 15th with just 11 points to their name.

Jose Mourinho has been widely criticised and targeted as the man who is at fault for the dramatic downturn in results at Stamford Bridge, while some are even suggesting that the notorious axe of owner Roman Abramovich is hanging over his head…

And to make matters worse, The Secret Footballer has dished the dirt on what is, allegedly, going on behind the scenes in west London:

“I have it on the best authority possible that the players have told the manager that they hate the way they play.

“They hate the way they have to sit back against inferior opposition; they hate the way they aren’t allowed to express themselves.”

TSF went EVEN FURTHER, claiming that Cesc Fabregas – a player signed by Mourinho – is leading the protests behind the scenes:

“I’m told that Cesc Fabregas is the leader of that mini-revolt. And as a player, you do things like this when you know you are in the right.”

Even more interesting is that this comes in the wake of claims that a senior player has said that he would rather lose than win under Jose Mourinho.

Could it be Cesc?