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Jose Mourinho’s Hardest Decision Of The Season So Far

The Blues boss has had it all his own way so far this season, but faces a tough call on Wednesday night…

Jose Mourinho has had a pretty relaxed start to the season. The Chelsea manager picked up his transfer targets early and sold David Luiz for big money to PSG in the summer.

His side are also unbeaten this term, and have been able to watch rivals Liverpool, Man Utd, Arsenal, Man City and Spurs all struggle in their own unique ways. But things may be about to get a bit tougher for the Portuguese manager, starting with tomorrow night’s game against Tottenham.

Diego Costa picked up his 5th booking of the season against Sunderland on Saturday, when he could, and probably should have been sent off. This means the Brazilian is suspended for the clash against Spurs, and Mourinho will have to make the call between Didier Drogba and Loic Remy to start up front at the Bridge.

But which striker will Jose go for, and why? We investigate below.

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