Jose Mourinho: Chelsea’s home support is getting worse

The Chelsea boss stands by his comments about the Stamford Bridge faithful

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Jose Mourinho has stood by his comments suggesting that Chelsea’s home support has been “getting worse”.

The Chelsea boss sparked controversy when he criticised the Stamford Bridge faithful for not voicing their support enough during Saturday’s win over Queens Park Rangers.

When compared to my previous time I think it’s getting worse

Jose Mourinho

And the Portuguese manager has refused to backtrack on his remarks as his side gear up for Wednesday’s Champions League clash against Maribor.

“We are the team to get less support in home matches. When compared to my previous time I think it’s getting worse,” said Mourinho.

“I don’t question the passion and the love – I’m nobody to question that and I know clearly that is not true.

“I will always love them and respect them, but I don’t know [why there is a lack of atmosphere].”

Does Jose Mourinho have a point?

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