Reports have claimed that Chelsea owner Behdad Eghbali was not confrontational to either players or staff when he entered the dressing room.
According to The Telegraph, the co-owner instead offered handshakes to those inside, wishing them well instead of giving his thoughts on things.
It seems as if it would have been very easy for an owner to let it rip
After what he had seen at Stamford Bridge that afternoon.
Chelsea lumbered to yet another defeat at home, this time losing 1-0 to Aston Villa.
It was a familiar story for the Blues,
Who had a promising first half mostly led by Mykhailo Mudryk making his second start in a row.
Things went from bad to worse early in the second half when Malo Gusto was sent off for a strong challenge on Lucas Digne.
Eghbali visited the Chelsea dressing room
This left the Blues down to 10, They were unable to hold off the storm from a side
who had only played three days earlier as European football had returned.
Last season, a defeat not too dissimilar to this one saw reports of both Eghbali and Todd Boehly entering the dressing room to let everyone know exactly what they thought of what was going on.
This received plenty of backlash, as many in the media
Yet another stick to beat the ownership that they have wanted.
However, it looks as if there is still plenty of backing in Mauricio Pochettino to turn things around for the Blues,
With them now only picking up one win from the opening six fixtures.
It remains whether he is able to repay that faith in the coming weeks,
With fixtures about to take a turn for the worse.