Jose Mourinho will always have a place in the hearts of most Chelsea fans, but that doesn’t mean things haven’t improved since his exit earlier this month. John Obi Mikel has confirmed as much, suggesting that the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge is better now that Guus Hiddink is in charge. The Nigerian bemoaned Mourinho’s departure, describing football as a cruel game, but implied that things in general were on the up and up. Moving on, sticking with a similar trail of thought, John Terry is confident that the Blues’ bad streak is behind them and that the recovery at Stamford Bridge has begun. The Chelsea captain was happy with the showing against Manchester United, saying ‘the desire is there for everyone to see’. Let us know if the Blues are over their troubles in the comments box provided.