OPINION: Is rotation the problem yes or no?
Coming off the back of a fantastic October, Chelsea have taken a single point from two winnable games. Is too much rotation of players an...
Coming off the back of a fantastic October, Chelsea have taken a single point from two winnable games. Is too much rotation of players and the squad the problem?
We often hear Jose speak of having many games of late, twice a week and the demands of modern day football demands a big squad to enable you to cope with those fixtures. That's all well and good when you win games but after two performances that have been disappointing and two games I believe were winnable with the talent we have here, you have to question it!
Isn't it better to have the basis of a settled side? Isn't it better to have a back four that are picked regularly in order to work together and understand each others games better?
You would imagine that every player would like a run of games to get match fitness but also to feel part of the side. Think of Juan Mata and David Luiz for example, both in and out of the side but more than likely expected to come on in games to make a difference.
Do you think it's about time that Jose stops rotating the bulk of his side and plays his strongest eleven in the games coming up and making one or two changes if he has to rather than four or five each game?
Carefree & KTBFFH!