Chelsea fans, happy Monday.
With the weekend’s action starting to roll down your digestive track now is the perfect time to take a look at the biggest stories doing the rounds in the world of football.
Read on below to see our neatly compiled round-up - tailored, of course, to your club - or watch the video above.
The morale at Chelsea might have been falling down around his ears, but Jose Mourinho stuck to his guns and didn’t say anything to his players in the dressing room, post-defeat to Liverpool.
Mourinho’s interview with BT Sport went viral at the weekend because of his insistence that he had ‘nothing to say’ after being bested once again at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires has revealed that silence continued in the dressing room, adding that his manager hadn’t said anything because it was not the time.
"The manager didn't say anything because it was not the time but on Sunday we have a conversation and he will show to us what we did in the game," Ramires said, as per Sky Sports.
"We need to play like we played before to win games."
Meanwhile, an interesting claim has been made this Monday morning and it centres around the fact that ex-England boss Fabio Capello is interested in replacing Mourinho in west London.
The Italian left his role as Russia coach in July and has yet to take up another job in football. Carlo Ancelotti is currently being touted as Mourinho’s most likely successor.
And to finish, even Arsenal flop Emmanuel Frimpong - yes, he is still involved with football - couldn’t resist having a dig at Chelsea on Twitter after the weekend’s result.
The midfielder, no stranger to causing mischief on social media, tweeted ‘Chelsea trials in the morning!!!’ after the match at Stamford Bridge. It’s a simultaneous dig at himself, but that doesn’t make it any better for Mourinho.
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