Jose Mourinho SLAMS mentality of Chelsea fans following defeat to Liverpool

Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho slammed the mentality of Blues fans after they watched their side lose 2-1 at home to Liverpool today.

The Portuguese tactician remains arguably the greatest manager in Chelsea’s history, though he’s likely no longer Mr Popular at Stamford Bridge.

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Despite two spells at Chelsea, his second stint ended on a sour note and he went on to manage rivals Manchester United shortly afterwards.

And speaking today, Mourinho hit out at CFC fans for appearing to accept a lower level from their team by applauding them off the pitch after losing to Liverpool.

“I hope they don’t get used to it, that’s a very important thing,” he said on Sky Sports.

“When you start accepting defeats just because your team played well or the players gave their best and gave a performance for people to be proud of in terms of attitude and commitment – I think when you get used to it is when big clubs stop being big clubs.

“I hope they don’t get used to it. But I think it shows the people are ready for what the season is going to be for them.

“I think people are ready to support one of the best professionals [Frank Lampard] that I have ever worked with – a manger with potential.

“I think they are ready to accept what this season is going to be because clearly today, despite part of the performance and the result [being positive], the reality is in the numbers. Liverpool are 10 points above Chelsea.”

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