Social media reacts to Neil Warnock post Chelsea defeat

Tuesday, 02 Apr, 2019

"I can not complain about the fans", he said.

'I suppose the first priority for us is to make sure that our own results are good enough, that we don't have to rely on others, ' he said. It's the most obviously offside I've ever seen.

"We have to give them something to enjoy on the pitch.

We've worked three weeks for this, and we get let down by decisions", said Warnock. I can't describe my feelings. I am just so proud of the whole club today, the fans were brilliant and I thought the team was. I don't know what Mike Riley does with his linesman, but he'll probably get a game next week.

Warnock needed time to calm down before giving his first post-match interview, with his anger and exasperation there for all to see when the final whistle was blown.

He's been all too passive when playing for us a lot of the time this season, but if the setup can get him some space running towards the box, we've been reminded of how unsafe he can be. You just can't believe it. I think there is a lot to improve.

Why am I working at 70-years of age, to see things like that?

It's unlikely Warnock will play a massively weakened side on Thursday morning (NZ time) against City, who are two points behind Liverpool in the title race with a game in hand. César Azpilicueta was a yard offside when he headed an equaliser six minutes from time, prompting Warnock to say that the Premier League had the "worst officials" and that matches were being decided by "who you get in the middle and who has a flag".

The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) declined to comment on the Cardiff manager's claims.

In addition, Sarri's decision to leave leading scorer Eden Hazard and midfielder N'Golo Kante out of the starting line-up proved unpopular with Chelsea fans.

Warnock takes his side to title contenders Manchester City on Wednesday.

"That is not what Chelsea are about so I understand their frustrations".

Chants of "we want Sarri out" rang out from the stands shortly after Camarasa's goal.

The Wandsworth-born attacker has been a potent weapon in the Europa League for Maurizio Sarri, scoring four goals and creating a further two for his teammates in just eight appearances and could be a ideal fit for Jurgen Klopp's high-intensity style.

"That's what we both want and we have to pull in the same direction".