We do not know for sure exactly what is going behind closed doors across London, but I’m sure that I am not the only Arsenal fan that suspects that all is not sweetness and light over at Stamford Bridge this season. And if there really is a lot of tension and disagreement in the Chelsea ranks, then Arsenal could make it a lot worse.
Chelsea have already lost as many games in the Premier League this season as they did in the whole of the last campaign, but it is not just their poor performances and results that is the problem. The noise coming from the football media is that there is growing bad feeling between Jose Mourinho and the players, the staff and even the owner Roman Abramovich.
So this should give the Arsenal players extra motivation for the game tomorrow. If there is even a chance that another defeat against the Gunners could help to get Chelsea and Mourinho to part company, it should make the players give their all because everyone knows that the Portuguese pillock has shown the prof no respect whatsoever.
The manager always has his players’ backs and they need to return the favour at Stamford Bridge. If we beat them and Mourinho keeps his job, so be it, but if we can somehow play a part in his downfall then it would be a serious bonus. And you can imagine that losing to us would drive Mourinho mad and maybe cause him to say or do something that would make up the Chelsea owner’s mind. Fingers crossed Gooners.