Jose Mourinho has vocied out his opinion sticking that There are no Divers In Chelsea.
Brazillian Youngster, Oscar was booked for simulation against Southampton in Chelsea 3-0 win of Southampton.
FIFA President, Sepp Blatter had spoken about the need of a severe punishment, for Divers but Jose Mourinho has responded saying, Oscar’s tumble over Kelvin Davis was a mistake and the Brazillian later apologised.
“It’s impossible for him to get a reputation, unless somebody wants to be unfair and to clean the image of other people by using Oscar’s situation in the last game,” he said.
“I want to make it clear: there are many divers in the world of football. There are many divers in some big clubs in the world of football.
“There are some divers in England. Not many, some. In Chelsea, no divers, no divers at all.
“Oscar made a mistake, which he tells me and I believe him, he was completely convinced the goalkeeper was coming to smash him.
“The goalkeeper didn’t, he made his mistake, he was punished with a yellow card, he accept the yellow card in a very calm way.
“His manager comes after in the press to say ‘well done Mr Atkinson’. End of story. Here we don’t have divers.”
Mourinho also voiced out his concerns, that Eden Hazard had not been treated fairly, in aspect of Penalty and Free kick calls.
“It looks like opponents who can do anything to him and nothing happens,” he said.
“With Hazard it doesn’t matter in the box, outside the box. Not against Southampton, but week after week in the box there are penalties.
“And, as it happened in Southampton, outside the box every action is a foul and this kid is anything but a diver.”