Date: 28th November 2018 at 5:41pm
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Last Saturday, at Wembley, against Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea gave one of those performances that had their supporters holding their heads in hands in disbelief.

To lose is one thing but to lose against a great rival, Tottenham, in a London derby, in the manner in which we did whereby the performance was gutless, unimaginative and puerile, is another matter.

This Sunday afternoon, Chelsea welcome another London side to Stamford Bridge, Fulham.

It is a great chance to get back to winning ways against a side that are struggling at the bottom of the Premier League.

However, Fulham will arrive at Stamford Bridge in good spirits having won last time out, against Southampton, with the familiar face of Claudio Ranieri in charge.

There’s no doubt the Italian will get a good reception off the home support, but can he pull off the improbable and defeat the side that unceremoniously axed him to make way for Jose Mourinho?

Please take this opportunity to vote in our latest poll and predict the outcome of what should be an entertaining fixture:

 

4 Replies to “Back To Winning Ways or More Misery In Store, The All-Important Question”

  • Sadly Sarri is directing scathing attack on Ngolo Kante for the loss to Spurs and is labeling him not technical enough to play in holding role. Now we all know how many trophies Kante has won in that position with three different managers. Can Sarri tell us how many trophies has Jorginho won in that position or indeed how many trophies has Sarri himself won by deploying what he terms technical players in that position. This man is a joke. This is the reason I always insisted we should not get another Italian for a manager. Is Chelsea wedded to Italian managers? This man only came for his retirement pay cheque.

  • He won’t last the season . He will not play youth, and he has no plan B . Another AVB . Already it feels like this lot are downing tools again .

  • There is time for a course correction guys …. lets not hammer him so quickly . My view is that playing Kante out of position is leaving us exposed at the back …. and i’m not happy at him not playing CdO more often after his great pre season .

  • The guy is just a joke. I said it when his appointment as CFC coach was still a rumour. I was surprised how a club of our calibre with the way soccer has evolved today, we can hire a coach who never won anything in his entire career. The CFC that I know will mostly go for a coach with trophies in his CV. Just look what he did during Spur”s game, witnessing how badly his Jorghino was doing, and the team wasn’t coping with the tactics of Spur. But now it’s Kante that he is blaming as if he played him in his natural position and Ngolo didn’t deliver. He can get fired even now for all I care. He has already shown to me more than enough that he is not the man who will take us forward.

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