Chelsea's display during the West Bromwich game this morning didn't help them win any admirers.
In a very emotionally charged match, Robben was sent off for a dangerous tackle, Drogba took playacting to a new level by pretending to be fouled when there was little or no contact, and Mourinho got into several verbal fights with the maddened West Brom manager Bryan Robson.
On top of this, Chelsea led their team out two minutes late for the second half, with Mourinho noticeably seen talking to the referee in the players tunnel. Mourinho was also seen mouthing off at the referee's assistant and sarcastically clapping at the ref when Robben was sent off.
West Brom, after a late goal, were hardly innocent. After a late goal, West Brom's Kamara dove in the penalty box hoping for a penalty, which wasn't awarded.
Ths match meant so much to West Brom and very little to Chelsea. In a spirited match, the difference was an individual display by Drogba where he was rewarded with a fantastic low-driven left shot, and a goal later on by Joe Cole, before Kanu pulled one back for West Brom.