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Chelsea must attack to win Premier League title

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Jose Mourinho must find a new attacking system if he wants to lift the Premier League trophy this season.

Chelsea suffered a 2-0 loss against title favourites Manchester City yesterday, and it reflected their home match against West Ham where the Blues' fans witnessed a side that was not clinical enough in the last 15 yards.

Mourinho, 51, claimed earlier that he can't win the Premier League tittle this year because he is currently building a team.

But the Premier League table currently contradicts the 51-years-old as Mourinho's men are currently leading the league by one point above the Gunners.

However, Chelsea still have to play against the top team Liverpool, Everton and the two north London clubs Tottenham and Arsenal.

It's going to be very tough for the Blues to keep the top spot in the Premier League as Chelsea also have to play Galatasaray in the Champions League.

Mourinho's failure of not signing a world-class striker in the January transfer window could cost them another failure to win the silverware in May.

If his team are going to play flat games again against a mid-table outfit, it could mean that Chelsea do not deserve to win the tittle this year.

The move of Juan Mata to Old Trafford has clearly weakened Chelsea's attack, as the Spain international has already made three assists in four Premier League game for Manchester United.

However, the Chelsea boss has to work around the strikers he has, with the likes of Fernando Torres and Samuel Eto'o, and link them well with the top-class midfielders remaining at Stamford Bridge such as Eden Hazard, Frank Lampard and Oscar.

Mourinho's £50m flop striker has to play football that reflect his price tag in order to secure Chelsea a Premier League tittle.


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