The defending Premier League champions have had a pretty woeful start to the season, let’s be honest.
And things quickly went from bad to worse for Jose Mourinho and his men as the Blues limped to a 3-1 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park.
Last season’s best defence in the league absolutely fell apart in the face of Steven Naismith, of all people, who bossed the occasion to register a hat-trick, despite not even starting the match.
‘The Special One’ has a bit of form for everything falling apart in his third season at a club and it’s all looking rather bleak at Stamford Bridge with just 4 points in 5 matches.
Yep, that’s relegation form.
And Jose’s apparent breakdown continued in the post-match interview.
Look, we know that Mourinho loves to blame anything but himself and his players for losses but he may have jumped the shark when he appeared to blame a broken computer for the shocking defeat. Yes, really.
He’s right about one thing though – we really are happy to see him lose.
We definitely wouldn’t blame Chelsea fans for panicking right about now…
Chelsea 2 points off relegation
— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) September 12, 2015
This was basically how Chelsea came back into the new season to defend their title: http://t.co/oRu4KVeMne
— ㅤㅤㅤ (@AaronMancz) September 12, 2015
Might be time to dig out that Manchester City shirt…
Possibly the worst day of Chelsea FC 12 Year History #2003
— Darren Farley (@DFImpressionist) September 12, 2015
Chelsea are now undergoing their worst start to a season since they were formed in the early 2000s.
— Nabit.K (@CreativeMkhit) September 12, 2015
So much for parking the bus…
BREAKING: Live pictures of the Chelsea parked bus. pic.twitter.com/LAWbMi5Kj4
— SPORF (@Sporf) September 12, 2015
Well, they are pretty open…
Mourinho definitely isn’t letting all this affect him though. Honest…
Mourinho: "I don’t think there is a better manager than me to come to Chelsea & to do my job. Simple as that – I am the man for the job" ✔️
— ChelsTransfer (@ChelsTransfer) September 12, 2015
Jose 'doesn't accept the result'. I like to think he has one of these at home, and Chelsea are on top with 5 wins. pic.twitter.com/v784wWlO93
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 12, 2015
Hahaha Chelsea, Mourinhos getting sacked in the morning! Shame I didn't have Naismith in my fantasy football team :( haha Chelsea :)
— MrFlyingPigHD (@MrFlyingPigHD) September 12, 2015
And that’s all folks…
When you ask Chelsea fans if they are out of the title race..
— FREEBETS.com (@freebets) September 12, 2015