Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has cemented himself even more as one of the greatest football managers by leading the Blues to their third Premier League title with him at the helm.
Mourinho previously served a stint with Chelsea from 2004-07 and led them to two championships before leaving for Inter Milan.
After a stint with them and Real Madrid, Mourinho returned to Chelsea and showed his impact by leading them to a title in just his second season there.
Mourinho expressed his disapproval of how young players are handled, and he went on to blame certain influences for impeding the development of young talent.
“Without naming names, I could write a book. In modern football, it is because of the agents and the parents — when the players are almost there, and in the process of being almost there, they think they are already there,” Mourinho said to ESPN FC.
Chelsea has given two teenagers, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Isaiah Brown, the opportunity to start in their Monday game against West Brom.
Mourinho is giving the youngsters a trial start since they have already clinched the Premier League title, and it remains to be seen how well they can perform in the future as Mourinho looks to properly develop them into professional footballers.