London, Sept 20 (ANI): Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hinted his frustrations with the club for the first time after he said that owner Roman Abramovich's demands of a particular style of play is to blame for their woes.
According to the Mirror, after four games without a win in all competitions, Mourinho implied the attractive football demanded by owner Roman Abramovich is at the heart of the Blues' problems.
The manager said that the team was not scoring goals and it was not because Chelsea was not an offensive team, adding that the team wants to play a certain kind of football but the reality is that it is not scoring.
The Blues recently lost to Everton in the Premier League followed by a Champions League loss to Swiss club Basel. (ANI)