The wife of Chelsea defender Thiago Silva who goes by the name Isabelle Silva stated that it’s “very difficult” to see the West London side struggle.
Brazilian Thiago Silva has been impressive in a completely horrendous season for the Stamford Bridge club, but Isabelle Silva, who took a swipe at Chelsea earlier this campaign, acknowledged she feels powerless as the “situation worsens” at home.
The former Paris Saint Germain long-term partner took to her Twitter page to describe how difficult it is to watch Chelsea struggle following the Blues’ 3-1 defeat at the hands of Arsenal on Tuesday night.
Isabelle Silva tweeted: “Very difficult to see what I see on tv.
“At home the situation worsens because I don’t know how to help, what to say.
“Very sad @tsilva3 you aren’t alone.”
The result basically indicates that Chelsea have now lost all six matches under interim manager Frank Lampard.
And in totality, the West London side are without a win in their last nine fixtures across all competitions, a run that dates back almost two months ago.
The former AC Milan defender has played 31 times for the Blues this campaign, and has been incapable of stopping the team’s horrible showing.
Supporters of Chelsea have even acknowledged that they “don’t deserve” Thiago Silva on social media.
Thiago Silva blasted Chelsea’s transfer strategy
The 38-year-old lashed out at the club’s transfer policy last month as he bemoaned the turmoil at the English club.
Discussing with TNT Sports Brazil, Thiago Silva stated: “I think the first step has been made, an incorrect step, but it has been made.
“We can’t be blaming the managers if we don’t take responsibility. It’s a hard period for the club, with a lot of indecision.
“Change of ownership, new players arriving – we had to increase the size of the changing room because it didn’t fit the size of the squad.
“A positive point is that there are amazing players in the squad but on the other hand there are always players that are going to be unhappy.
“There is always going to be someone upset because not everyone can play. The manager can only pick 11 from a squad of 30-something – that’s tough.
“Some can’t make the squad, we signed eight in January, we need to stop and put a strategy in place otherwise next season we could make the same mistakes.”
Thiago Silva penned a contract extension with Chelsea in February and that would see him remain at Stamford Bridge at least till the summer of 2024.
The former FC Porto man has made 113 appearances for Chelsea since he arrived the club on a free transfer in the summer of 2020.
During that period of time, the 38-year-old has won the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup with Chelsea.
Who is Isabelle Silva
Isabelle Silva is the wife of Chelsea defender Thiago Silva and she is 35 years old.
She is a very vocal supporter of her husband and Isabelle has shown that right from the moment they began dating.
She was born on the 11th of March, 1987 and she hails from Brazil.
The Brazilian woman was born in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and the name of Isabelle Da Silva’s mother is Laninha Mendes.
How did the union of Thiago Silva and Isabelle Silva begin?
The couple have been together since the 2000s and they are from the same neighborhood.
They dated for many years and got married in 2005. Their wedding ceremony was private as only a few members of their family and close friends were given the opportunity to attend.
Does Thiago Silva have kids?
Isabelle da Silva gave birth to Thiago Silva’s first son on November 12, 2010 while their second son, Iago da Silva was birthed on the 4th of April, 2011.
Her husband currently plys his trade with Chelsea and he earns £110,000-per-week at the West London side.
Yearly, the darling of Isabelle Silva earns £5,720,000 at Chelsea.
What happened to Thiago Silva?
Silva could be on his way back to former club Fluminense in Brazil after a torrid season with Chelsea.
The Brazilian club are reportedly making moves to bring back their former man to their team for the 2023/24 season.
Chilean journalist Jose Tomas Fernandez Pumarino reported in April that the Brazilian side is hoping to lure the defender back to Brazil when his contract with Chelsea expires in 2024.
He tweeted: “Thiago Silva, with a contract with Chelsea until the end of next season, is one of Fluminense’s goals for the 2024 season and they are already working on the formula to achieve said signing in January or July.”