He's on the ropes for sure but never underestimate him.
He's done the business everywhere but I'm not sure he's been in this position before.
Chelsea might as well right this season off but as Arnie says. They'll be back.
The person in charge of a football match is the referee, not the 'Special One'. Jose's troubles began when the ref called the Chelsea club doctor onto the pitch to tend an injured player at the beginning of the season, annoying the 'Special One' to the point of boiling anger, which manifested in the termination of the good doc's job at Stanford Bridge.
In my view, it was at this point the players started to feel betrayed by their manager who cared more about league points than his squad's well being, like they were just lumps of meat to him, in other words not respect for them.
The Chelsea manager became so arrogant he thought he was bigger than the game....Ultimately he got what he deserved, the SACK.
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.