After sacked by Chelsea, Jose Mourinho is still having his impact on Stamford Bridge through fans. The result against Sunderland was positive, but booing for few players and supporting banners for the Special One was the reaction from fans.
Somewhat, the Blues earned their three points after many games and it costs them a great manager.
John Terry’s post match interview has revealed the players thoughts about the Portuguese tactician.
35-year-old said: “Our thoughts are with the manager [Mourinho], because we are disappointed, it falls on his head unfortunately,”
“We needed to win and we’ve done that. Second half was not as good but we are delighted with the three points.”
He added: “There was a lot of pressure before the game but we brought it on ourselves. Absolutely and rightly so as well. Chelsea is such a big club.
“We are not used to being here, we’ve had a lot of good times in the last 10 years.
“Rightly so the fans are disappointed and so are we, we don’t want to be where we are.”