Benitez Confident of Chelsea Players’ Backing Despite Training Ground ‘Bust-Up’: The Daily EPL

The Sun newspaper last week issued an apology for running a story wrongly claiming that Rafa Benitez got into a bust-up with John Terry, but now a new story resurfaced yesterday that a bust-up between senior players and Benitez happened on the training pitch, which included John Terry.

Meanwhile, according to The Standard newspaper, Benitez is confident of the players’ backing and has patched things up (despite the fact that there were no direct quotes).

Who knows who to believe.

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12 thoughts on “Benitez Confident of Chelsea Players’ Backing Despite Training Ground ‘Bust-Up’: The Daily EPL”

  1. This is what happens when you have a Owner that really doesnt know what he is doing. How do you expect players to get along with their manager when they have a new manager every 9 months for the past several years. Just a poster child on how not to run a club.

    1. I agree with your view on managerial instability at Chelsea.

      However, when you consider three PL titles, 4 FA Cups, 2 League cups, 1 European Cup, the “he doesn’t know what he’s doing” argument can’t possibly hold up.

      Abramovich is the club’s best friend and worst enemy.

      1. You are completely right. I meant to specify only managerial wise. There is no doubt that he will do whatever it takes to get the best players to play for him. With that much talent every manager in the world should just at the chance to run Chelsea. Problem is he doesnt lead any manager to think they can manage for more than a year.

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