Scolari still the boss at Chelsea, says his deputy WilkinsDecember 14th, 2008 - 2:47 pm ICT by ANI
London, Dec.14 (ANI): Ray Wilkins has denied rumors of a players revolt at Chelsea.
Insisting that team manager Luiz Felipe Scolari would have no trouble dousing any angry fires over alleged complaints relating to his training methods and team selections, the Daily Star quoted Wilkins as saying: He is the boss theres no doubt about that.
Wilkins, a former Blues skipper and now No.2 at the club, also revealed skipper John Terry and Frank Lampard had spoken privately to with Brazilian Scolari about their questions on his (Scolaris) playing methods.
Unrest? It could not be any further from the truth, said Wilkins.
We have a close-knit bunch of guys here. Where all this talk of unrest comes from I do not know. Players will always have discussions with managers. If you dont have dialogue in any walk of life, then youre going to have a problem. Its like when you guys (media) report back to the governor, he added. (ANI)
- Chelsea win Champions League for the first time - May 20, 2012
- Brazil's World Cup-winning coach in demand - Apr 17, 2012
- Real Madrid manager Mourinho planning swoop for Terry - Apr 27, 2011
- Palmeiras deny talk of Scolari exit - May 22, 2012
- Chelsea must get tough to win Premier League title: Mikel - Nov 27, 2010
- Rio Ferdinand wishes new England captain Terry all the best - Mar 22, 2011
- Terry says not bitter or angry about losing England captaincy - Nov 19, 2010
- Hiddink rules out return to Stamford Bridge, suggests two Blues coaches - Apr 17, 2011
- Terry hails Chelsea's team spirit - Jan 12, 2010
- John Terry apologises for being sent off against Barca - Apr 25, 2012
- Hiddink expected to join Chelsea soon - Jun 04, 2011
- 'Fuming' Terry says no one wants Chelsea to win European Cup - Apr 08, 2011
- Terry hits back at Chelsea 'southern softies' tag - Jan 26, 2011
- Lampard hails Chelsea's fighting spirit - May 03, 2010
- Lampard, Terry out of England's Euro 2012 qualifiers - Aug 29, 2010