Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho must stop embarrassing himself and the club, according to Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher.
Speaking on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, as per Goal.com, Carragher claims the Portuguese tactician must change his attitude when being interviewed.
With Chelsea struggling on the pitch, Mourinho has been embroiled in controversy recently, often speaking out of turn or completely failing to voice his opinion on matters.
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In fact, the self-proclaimed 'Special One' faces a stadium ban ahead of the Blues' Premier League clash against Stoke City on Saturday.
And Carragher claims Mourinho must stop trying to create a siege mentality at Stamford Bridge. The Sky Sports pundit stated: “He has to change some things and these interviews have got to stop, because they’re embarrassing him and they’re embarrassing the club.
“Maybe he’s trying to create a siege mentality but I don’t think the players would be totally agreeing with the manager, blaming referees. Chelsea were very poor at the weekend.
“This paranoia has got to stop that 'the world is against them', because they’re not."
Despite hitting out at Mourinho, Carragher has insisted that he's a fan of the experienced coach and believes his players are doing him a disservice.
He continued by saying: "I’m a massive fan of Jose Mourinho and I’d like him to stay because there’s been too many changes in the past at Chelsea.
“These players' performances have been shocking. It’s about time we took more of a look at them. The manager is always in the spotlight."
It's clear for all to see that Mourinho must focus on the job in hand rather than taking his frustrations out on the press.
It's time for the Blues boss to identify the fundamental problems at Stamford Bridge and attempt to build some momentum in the club's pursuit of climbing the Premier League table. Mourinho's side must secure the required results or Roman Abramovich may well have to act.
Chelsea fans: is Mourinho the right man to lead your side out of this mess? Have your say below!