It's been a difficult week for Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho after the club recorded back to back defeats and with his decision to keep Juan Mata out of the team, the press are starting to ask questions of the special one.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has challenged Juan Mata to prove him wrong, and change his game to fit into the new philosophy at the club.
Martin Jol did not want to blame Darren Bent or David Stockdale following Fulham's 2-0 defeat at local rivals Chelsea.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has reiterated that Juan Mata needs to work harder and find more consistency.
Martin Jol was pleased with Fulham's first half performance against Chelsea but his side came away with nothing from Stamford Bridge.
Speaking to Saturday Night Football, Jose Mourinho says he was pleased with the three points against Fulham but was critical of Chelsea's performance.
Chelsea beat neighbours Fulham thanks to second half goals from Oscar and John Obi Mikel.
Ruud Gullit has criticised Chelsea's style and can't understand why Juan Mata is being left out.
Ruud Gullit has criticised Chelsea's style and can't understand why Juan Mata is being left out of the team.
Chelsea moved to the top of the Premier League after two goals in the second half handed them a 2-0 win over Fulham.
Brede Hangeland says that Fulham are determined to put on a good performance in the London derby with Chelsea.
Manager Martin Jol says Fulham's players must believe they can beat Chelsea in the West London derby on Saturday.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told his critics 'it's not how you start the season, it's how you finish it.'
Jamie Redknapp says he cannot understand why Jose Mourinho is not playing Juan Mata for Chelsea.
Martin Jol admits Fulham fans had every right to vent their anger in his direction after the draw with West Brom.
Alex Kacaniklic is relishing the prospect of facing Chelsea and hopes Fulham can spring a surprise at Stamford Bridge.
Fulham manager Martin Jol believes midfielder Pajtim Kasami has established himself as a key player at Craven Cottage.
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