It is not a good feeling to be unwanted but that is exactly what Rafael Benitez, former Inter coach, is at Chelsea. When he was appointed as Chelsea new coach late 2012, there was a huge uproar by the Chelsea supporters for such “horrendous” decision. Not only for his past at Liverpool but many people just do not think that he is a good fit at the Blues of Abramovich. And yesterday, enough is enough, Rafael Benitez has officially his good bye to Chelsea at the end of the season but also at the same time attacking the club and also its fans.

“Chelsea gave me the title of interim manager which is a massive mistake. I am the manager. This group of fans are not doing any favours to the team, while they are wasting time singing and preparing banners. They have to concentrate on supporting the team. Every game they continue singing and preparing banners they are wasting time. They have to take responsibility. They need to support the team. They have to realise they are making a big mistake because the rest of the fans would like to see the team in the Champions League next year. They are not the majority but if that group of fans continue with their agenda, they are not supporting the team,” said Benitez.

Source: BBC

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  • http://www.facebook.com/patar.hatigoran Patar Ronnie Hatigoran

    He is the one who made Super Europa tittle flush away and fail to level up barca’s record in his first impression…

    • Sina

      I will never forgive him for this. Losing to Bale and Tottenham was acceptable, but the MAJOR loss of a CWC/CL champion team to a Europa League winner should not be allowed… neither should losing to Werder Bremen.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tung.x.vu Teri Ung Voo

    Talk big do very little, hated everywhere he goes, the professional life of Rafael Benitez.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gawarikar Parth Gawarikar

    Frankly, that CWC win with Inter has gone to his head. He just doesn’t seem able to keep his mouth shut…………

  • Havar

    At least he played the kids. Coutinho was looking golden in those days.

  • Havar

    At least he played the kids. Coutinho was looking golden in those days.

  • Willy Sandi Delima

    No wonder..I dont like him either when he managed our team