You tend to find in life that people will queue up to kick a man when he's down and that's certainly the case with Jose Mourinho and Chelsea right now.
Why, even obscure Ukranian managers are taking aim, with the Rubin Kazan coach Valeriy Chaly not missing the chance to get a dig in after his side's defeat to Liverpool last night.
Interviewed after the match, Chaly said: “In the second half we looked more composed but we have a problem with the composition so the young players had a chance.
“For them, it’s an experience. Liverpool are a good team and showed that against Chelsea – so, we are still better than Chelsea.”
Isn't everyone right now?