End for Lamps?

Last updated : 21 September 2007 By Paul Lagan
Chelsea'a ability to constantly shoot themselves in the foot may result in the break up of one of the most feared sides in Premier League history.
The aftermath of Jose's dismissal could see the likes of Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, Ricardo Carvalho and Florent Malouda leave SW6 for good.
Already the last three have expressed disgust at the treatment of their former manager.
Rifts within the dressing room will continue as John Terry's involvement in the disaster becomes clearer.
The skipper and Andriy Shevchenko are believed to be the only two players not to have had their hand shaken by Mourinho at the training ground yesterday.
That's a clear signal that Jose felt those two somehow contributed to his dismissal.
John Terry is a legend in the eyes of  Chelsea supporters , but any suggestion that he had an argument with Mourinho on Tuesday, the subject of some speculation, may make the fans review their blind adoration of the centre-back.
So, will we get a full timetable of events demanded by Chelsea-Mad and other fans alike?
Will we heck.