Mourinho: Teams Don't Fear Us At Home
Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, feels that his side have lost their fear factor at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues have endured a tough start to season, having only picked up two wins from their first eight games of the league season.
The defending Premier League champions have already suffered two defeats at home this season and the Chelsea boss admits the fear factor is gone at home.
"Maybe. One thing is to go to a stadium where there is a huge percentage of defeats for the away team.
"Another thing is to go to a stadium where the home team in the last four games has won only once.
"I really believe every team coming to Stamford Bridge doesn't fear us. They think they can get a result."
Mourinho also spoke about Diego Costa's recent comments that striker said he was overweight at the start of the season.
"He's an honest guy, and a guy that says that is not, for sure, the leader of any ‘mutiny’,” said Mourinho. “He’s the kind of guy who assumes his own responsibility.
“His weight was a consequence of a bad approach, but also of a difficult last third of the season: suspension; injury; re-injury; not playing; disappointment; not participating in the best period of the season, when you become champions; go on holiday; go to Brazil. The food is much better than here. For a Brazilian, the food in Brazil is divine."
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