Chelsea team manager Jose Mourinho has discussed his stewing discontent over national team administrators for the treatment of his team players in the proceeded with nonattendance of striker Diego Costa.
Striker Costa from Spain is out of Tuesday’s game of Champions League Group G go against Maribor with a hamstring issue which has tormented him relentlessly this season. Mourinho trusts it was exacerbated by playing against Slovakia and Luxembourg amid the international break in the not so distant future and took a swipe at Spain manager Vicente del Bosque.
“It’s the same issue that he’s having, yet now an injury, not a just about injury,” said Mourinho, who is indeterminate when Costa will return.
“It’s straightforward. He’s not training in light of the fact that he’s not in condition to do it.
“Tomorrow he can’t play. We should see what happens for one weekend from now, however one weekend from now is not vital.
“I don’t have Manchester United (on Sunday in the Premier League) as a top priority. I have Maribor as a primary concern.”
Costa has scored nine goals in seven Premier League games, yet was truant for Saturday’s win at Crystal Palace.
Chelsea have the same squad as at Palace for their first apparatus with a Slovenian side, with Nigeria midfielder John Obi truant and midfielder Ramires from Brazil and World Cup winning team Germany’s forward player Andre Schurrle likewise absent in spite of training on Monday. It is the circumstances with respect to Costa which gives off an impression of being baffling Mourinho most.
He included: “Sometimes you have national coaches and medicinal departments that need to make a relationship and they are intrigued by the players, their physical condition, their propensities.
“A few others they just couldn’t care less. This is not something we can resolve.
“In this minute, since the start of the season, I think from all the national teams, I think (I have gotten) one telephone call from Roy (Hodgson, the England manager).”
Mourinho declined to uncover subtle elements of the discussion with Hodgson, however defender Gary Cahill was convey a lower leg thump toward the begin of September before England’s match with Switzerland.
The Portuguese uncovered how then Croatia manager Igor Stimac called him three times a week about midfielder Luka Modric when he was Real Madrid supervisor as a case of correspondence.
“It harms,” Mourinho included. “You are not glad when you give players in great conditions and you get the players in awful conditions.”