Should Chelsea think about replacing Mourinho?
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has had a terrible start to the season – just one point on the board from two games, some terrible defending, a huge row with club doctor Eva Carneiro, and now a potential fall-out with captain and star player John Terry.
Despite some great success in winning the title and the Capital One Cup last season, the Blues should be thinking about replacing the controversial Portuguese coach, who looks to be digging himself and the club into a progressively deeper hole.
With that in mind, here’s a look at five potential replacements that could be good contenders for the top job at Stamford Bridge…
1) Carlo Ancelotti
Very harshly sacked by Chelsea at the end of the 2010/11 season, Carlo Ancelotti would be a great appointment back at Stamford Bridge, having won the double with the Blues in 2009/10 and enjoying further success with Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, winning the Champions League with the latter. To make things simpler, the Italian is also currently without a club.
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