West Brom boss Tony Pulis refuses to give Guus Hiddink the credit for Chelsea's revival
Chelsea have not lost a single match under Hiddink, however, Pulis feels some credit should go to Mourinho as well
English football club West Bromwich Albion's head coach Tony Pulis said that giving interim coach Guus Hiddink the credit for Chelsea's revival this season is unfair for Jose Mourinho.
But Pulis believes Hiddink is not worth the praise he is receiving now.
"To be honest, what's been said is a load of c**p in lots of respects," Pulis was quoted as saying by goal.com.
"The fact Mourinho won the league by a country mile - to say someone's come in and changed it and they're playing better and doing everything else better."
"There might have been other reasons that things didn't go so well this year."
Pulis added sacking Mourinho was utterly disrespectful to the Portuguese coach and the players who won the title last year.
"But to put Jose down is completely and utterly out of order. It's disrespectful to Mourinho and also the players that won the league last year, because they played some great football."
Chelsea are presently 14th in the English Premier League table.