Are Chelsea Being Overly Criticised?

It seems that wherever Jose Mourinho ends up, the media has a field day. His days running Real Madrid were filled with controversy and headlines sparked by the media after every loss (or even draw). Everything this man does is overly analysed and, perhaps improperly blamed on the vocal coach who is never short of something headline grabbing to say.  As a fan of world football, I see articles everywhere talking about Chelsea’s latest mistake and what Mourinho needs to do to right the ship, but after looking a little deeper, it seems that a lot of this criticism is simply too much.

Why Chelsea Should Be Going All Out To Sign Ross Barkley

Jose Mourinho is a man who knows what he’s doing. The Portuguese coach has won two Champions League trophies, five league titles and a host of other accolades, both as gaffer and individually. Like I said, he knows what he’s doing. However, I once won League Two with Havant and Waterlooville on Championship Manager in 2002 so I am here to give him my expert advice. After reading reports that Chelsea could be looking to sign Fredy Guarin from Inter, I would suggest to the bosses that they should forget about him and go in for this chap.

Should Mourinho Be Looking At This Bundesliga Playmaker In January?

The Chelsea side is currently crammed with creative talent who can sit behind the striker. Juan Mata, Eden Hazard, Oscar, Willian, Frank Lampard, Kevin de Bruyne and Marco van Ginkel can all rotate in the attacking midfield areas, but there is one man who I would suggest is perfectly designed for the Blues side. That man is Hoffenheim’s Roberto Fermino.

Rooney? Costa? 10 Strikers Who Chelsea Should Be Looking At In January

The striker situation at Chelsea is a rather dire one. They haven’t yet found a man that will consistently score goals for them in every competition. The fact is that Fernando Torres, Demba Ba and Samuel Eto’o have managed just four goals between them in the Premier League. The form of Oscar and Eden Hazard is the basis of their attacking prowess. Mourinho needs to seriously address this situation in January because the Blues are a consistent striker short of being serious title contenders.

3 Players Who Mourinho Should Drop After Stoke Loss

After struggling to beat a resilient Sunderland side at the Stadium of Light in the week, Chelsea travelled to Stoke to try and close the gap between themselves and leaders Arsenal, but it didn’t go to plan for the west London side. A last gasp goal from Oussama Assaidi handed Jose Mourinho’s men a 3-2 defeat and saw them return to the capital with no points. Following the loss, here are three players who should be dropped, in my opinion.

Drop Azpilicueta? 3 Things Chelsea Should Do To Beat Stoke

Chelsea travel to Stoke tomorrow afternoon in what is renowned as an incredibly tough place to go. Jose Mourinho’s men have struggled at points on the road this season and will be in no mood to do so again when they get to the Britannia, so here are three things that the Special One should do in order to enhance the Blues’ chances of victory.