-Luiz Felipe Scolari.
The Russian owner of Chelsea, Roman Abramovic has a history of falling out with the men who manage his most famous business interest, and to illustrate this, he has put 10 different people in charge of his business interests excluding caretakers.
It should be noted that he appointed two of them twice, but at the end of the day, after defeats at Watford, it ended up messy.
This is because he is not a very patient man, and now, the present manager, Antonio Conte has come under fire following the recent 4-1 defeat at Watford.
This article presents the rundown of what happened to the different Blues bosses.
He was their manager for 2003-2004. He bade farewell to the blues when he sensed a new boss was needed after he rewarded Abramovic with a second place finish by reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League.
He was the manager for the club from 2004-2007 when he got to the club, he started a revolution with his expensively assembled squad and although he won two Premier League titles and came second while clinching the FA and League Cups in 2006/2007, he left by mutual consent in September, 2007.
Grant who was the previously director of football took over from Mourinho and became the manager for the blues from 2007-2008.
Unfortunately, he did not fit the profile for a Chelsea boss despite being a close friend of Abramovic.
Luiz Felipe Scolari
He was the manager of the club for 2008-2009 season and he was able to win 10 of his first 13 Premier League games, but the axe fell after seven months in the job after a goalless draw with Hull in the next game.
As the club manager in 2009, he was able to win 11 of his 13 Premier League games and was also able to capture the FA by beating Everton in the final before he left.
He was the club manager from 2009-2011 after Carlo Ancelotti ended his eight-year double -champions League-winning spell at Milan.
Unfortunately for him, he was later sacked after the final game of the season in the Goodison Park.
He was the manager in 2011-2012 and he lost 10 of his 40 matches and in March 2012, when the Champions League progress looked beyond them, he was dismissed.
Roberto Di Matteo
Although he had limited managerial experience, he took over in March 2012 and his endeavors on the club was successful and Abramovich gave him a permanent contract, but following a Champions League group stage exit, he was dismissed in November.
He was brought in in the end of the season and was the manager of the club in 2012-2013, and he walked away from the club without being dismissed.
This would be the second time Mourinho would manage the club in 2013-2015 and unfortunately, it did not work out fine for him as the blues lost nine of their first 16 Premier League games of the season.
After a 2-1 defeat to Leicester, he was finally dismissed.
This would also be the second time he would manage the club and he led the Blues to a 15-game unbeaten run in the Premier League before he finally left.
He took over in 2016 and he is the current coach.
His tenure started well, but now, it is no more the same as this would be the first time since 1995 that the club has lost back-to-back games by three goals, which has led to a lot of speculations about his future with the club.