In a rare moment of what appears to be genuine honesty, Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is affected by Chelsea’s recent bad form.

Speaking to the press ahead of our impending clash, the Blues’ boss firstly talked in circles about recent rumours regarding unrest on the training ground between John Terry and Diego Costa.

The side-splitting anecdote he used to describe the English and Spanish players somehow arguing with the use of a translator went on for about 10 hours and therefore got Mourinho out of actually having to talk about the upcoming match against Arsenal too much.

Manager Jose Mourinho of Chelsea looks on during the UEFA Chanmpions League
LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 16: Manager Jose Mourinho of Chelsea looks on during the UEFA Chanmpions League group G match between Chelsea and Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC at Stamford Bridge on September 16, 2015 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

The manager then went on to admit that the players have been negatively affected by their run of bad form recently and how they’re scared of every movement, ball into the box and even the ball itself.

The Blues have only picked up four points out of a possible 15 so far this season, making their match against us in the Premier League a must win.

SOURCEGuardian
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