Chelsea FC have made a stuttering start to the new season, collecting just four points from their opening three games in the Premier League. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and captain John Terry were sent off in two of those three games, leading to the Portuguese manager saying that it was ‘not normal’.
Jose Mourinho had launched a scathing attack on the FA and the referees last season, accusing them of running a campaign against the Blues.
Without suggesting the same as blatantly, Mourinho questioned the two red cards Chelsea FC have got in their last three games, labeling it as ‘not normal’.
Well, considering the fact that both of the red cards were justified, this is a classic case of Jose mounting the pressure on the officials, a la Alex Ferguson style, to tilt them in favour of the Blues in case of the next 50-50 decision.
The clip can be watched below: