The long-term partner of Cesc Fabregas, Daniella Semaan, has shown support for Chelsea’s under-fire manager Jose Mourinho on Twitter.
Mourinho is under significant pressure at Stamford Bridge, with some reports even claiming the Portuguese coach could be sacked depending on the outcome of Saturday’s match against Liverpool.
However, judging by her recent Twitter activity, Daniella is keen for Mourinho to continue at Chelsea - which suggests Cesc is, too.
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Daniella posted a tweet of Mourinho - urging fans to retweet if they want the former Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss to stay - on to her timeline.
She also retweeted a post which reads: “I hope & pray Roman Abramovic [sic] listens to the fans for the first time & keep Jose Mourinho....he's the best we have ever had. #CFC #Chelsea”
Cesc Fabregas remains fully behind Mourinho
It was reported earlier this week, by ESPN, that Fabregas is one of five key players in the Chelsea dressing room who remain fully behind their beleaguered manager.
However, the quintet - which features John Terry, Gary Cahill, Cesar Azpilicueta, Diego Costa and Cesc - is reportedly part of a “decreasing group” of players at the Bridge who believe Mourinho is still the right man for the job.
Mourinho can turn the situation around
Mourinho’s behaviour has become increasingly erratic over recent weeks - following the defeat against Stoke City on Tuesday night, he stormed out of an interview - and it’s clear that he’s feeling the strain.
The 52-year-old finds himself in an unfamiliar situation following a career of success and the only way he can turn things around is with the support of his players.
With the likes of Cesc still on his side, it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that Mourinho will soon drag Chelsea out of their current crisis.
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