Perry Groves, a former Arsenal winger, has observed that Chelsea are now simply too enjoyable to play against.
In the last eight games the Blues have played under the former Brighton manager, they have now lost six times.
After losing on Thursday at Craven Cottage, they dropped to 10th place in the Premier League, 10 points behind fourth.
Willian opened the scoring against his former team in the first half, but defender Kalidou Koulibaly equalized for the guests soon after.
The best player for the visiting team on the night, Joao Felix, who made his debut after completing his £9 million loan move from Atletico Madrid, was then given a red card in the 58th minute, and Carlos Vinicius scored the winning goal for the home team in the 73rd.
“There are not enough leaders in this Chelsea side at all; there are not enough players who want to take responsibility,” Perry Groves told talkSPORT.
“All of the elite managers have a bit of edge and nastiness about them; they’re dictators." Jurgen Klopp, Mikel Arteta has got that edge on the touchline, Pep Guardiola’s got that edge, Erik ten Hag at Manchester United has that edge.
“Chelsea are enjoyable to play against,” he said.
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