Pressure on besieged Jose Mourino is rapidly approaching breaking point
Pressure grows on Jose ahead of Klopp clash
Pressure on besieged Jose Mourino is rapidly approaching breaking point on the weekend The Special One goes head to head with The Normal One.
The much-anticipated clash with Jurgen Klopp has been billed as must win for Mourinho if he wants to save his and off the field, problems continue to mount.
Physio Eva Caneiro has pressed ahead with plans to sue for wrongful dismissal and is prepared to wash Mourinho and Chelsea's dirty linen in court.
In Canada, the police have issued an arrest warrant for Chelsea's Brazilian striker Lucas Piazon, currently on loan with Reading, for an alleged sexual assault during the Pan-American Games in July.
The only good news for Mourinho on another bad day came when it emerged that he will, in fact, be able to run team affairs from the dugout at Stamford Bridge tomorrow against Liverpool.
The investigation into events at Upton Park last Saturday focusing on the officials' room at half-time will not be concluded and a verdict delivered until late next week.