After a period of time the message just stops getting through to the players.
Former Chelsea boss open to a return to Stamford Bridge, though he thinks Jose Mourinho will ride out the storm.
The predicament of Jose Mourinho reminds Brian Glanville of the latter days of Alf Ramsey.
Chelsea skipper says reports of unrest are untrue and that Mourinho will stay at Stamford Bridge.
Amid speculation that his job is on the line, Jose Mourinho receives backing from former colleagues.
The Chelsea manager has received a vote of confidence, but at the moment he seems unable to instil confidence into his faltering players.
Fifteen years into his managerial ccareer Jose Mourinho finds out what it's like to be under pressure.
For the time being, money is no guarantee of success in the Premier League. Long may it continue, argues Brian Glanville.
Jose Mourinho's petulance shows that all is not well at Stamford Bridge.
As the new season kicks off, former Chelsea and Leicester defender Frank Sinclair delivers his verdict on Jose Mourinho and Claudio Ranieri.