Jose Mourinho has been criticised by the Chelsea Supporters Trust for comments made about the lack of vocal backing from fans at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Star)
The Portuguese coach hit out at the home faithful after Saturday's 2-1 win over QPR, claiming that the poor atmosphere meant it was like playing in an empty stadium.
A spokesman for the trust said Mourinho's comments were ill-advised considering the amount of money supporters pay to watch their club.
However, the 51-year-old has refused to back down, insisting that it's an age-old problem, before sticking the boot in even further, suggesting that the situation is even worse than during his first stint as Chelsea manager.
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Chelsea midfielder Oscar insists Cesc Fabregas has helped transform Jose Mourinho's side from last season's third-place finishers to this year's pace-setters. (London Evening Standard)
The summer signing from Barcelona recorded his ninth assist of the season when he laid on the Brazilian's impressive opener at Stamford Bridge, and the Blues star has hailed the former Arsenal captain's impact since arriving in west London.
Chelsea winger Willian says Oscar has overcome a number of problems from last year and stepped up his game at Stamford Bridge this season. (The Mirror)
The 23-year-old has been a first-team regular in Jose Mourinho's side in 2014/15, and earned praise from his Brazilian compatriot following another impressive performance against QPR on Saturday.
Former Chelsea scholar Joe Reay was hit by a taxi and killed after a football club dinner on Friday evening. (The Mirror)
Tributes poured in for the 20-year-old son of a Woking FC director, who sadly lost his life after the collision in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Chelsea have received a boost in their alleged pursuit of Reece Oxford after it emerged that West Ham United are struggling to finalise a professional deal for the highly-rated defender. (Daily Star)
The 15-year-old - who has been likened in playing style to former Hammer Rio Ferdinand - has been tipped for a bright future in the game, and is attracting admiring glances from a host of top Premier League clubs.