Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes that Chelsea are being targeted by a campaign against his team…
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes West Ham rival Sam Allardyce has created a campaign against his team, which in turn cost them a penalty in Sunday’s draw with Southampton.
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Reports on Goal.com carry quotes from the Blues boss, who believes the repeated allegations faced by his players in recent weeks might be making officials reluctant to award them key decisions in matches.
“I think it’s clearly the result of something that looks like a campaign,” he told reporters. “In the first match Diego [Costa] got a yellow card when should it have been a penalty and red card at Burnley.
“A few months later we lose two points in a match where the penalty is there and Fabregas gets a yellow card [on Sunday at Southampton]. In football we are always trying – or we should always try – to change the bad things and the double punishment is something unbelievable.
When asked who he thought was behind the campaign against Chelsea, Mourinho replied: “I don’t know, but for example after the game against West Ham – good game, normal game, 2-0, should be four, should be five, Valencia made a very bad dive and at the end of the game Sam [Allardyce] is speaking about Ivanovic!!”
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