Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho has launched another attack on his players just days after accusing them of betraying him.
The Portuguese boss again casted doubts on the commitment of some of his player even though he admitted that handfuls within the group were giving absolutely everything to the cause.
Despite his position at Stamford Bridge being in severe danger amid reports that he has lost the dressing room. That hasn’t stopped him once again slamming the attitude among his squad.
He told the club’s in-house television channel Chelsea TV: “Some of them need to rethink the way they live Chelsea, the way they live football, they live their job.
“Chelsea is big, football is more than a job, it’s a passion. Every match on the pitch you should live with an unbelievable passion.
“How many millions would love to be football players and they can’t be? You shouldn’t waste any minutes on the pitch, you should enjoy every minute and you should give absolutely everything.
“Yes, I feel frustrated with some players and I feel that some others give absolutely everything and don’t deserve to lose.”
The Blues won the Premier League title last season but are currently languishing in 16th place, just one point above the relegation zone.
They have lost nine of their 16 league games so far this season, most recently suffering a 2-1 defeat at Leicester City on Monday evening.