Jose Mourinho left the Vicente Calderon with a 0-0 first leg draw with Atletico Madrid before turning on the mind games ahead of the weekend's Liverpool clash.
The Chelsea manager saw his keeper Petr Cech taken off with a dislocated shoulder before John Terry limped off with what looked like a twisted ankle.
It's possible Ramirez may also be suspended for the weekend's game, although maybe he should have avoided elbowing players in the face?
But the loss of Cech and an ageing centre-back seems to have created unbelievable disaster for the team that Abramovich has spent over £700M on.
Jose, when asked about the weekend's team selection, rambled:
"I can't decide by myself.
"I think that's a decision I have to listen the club. I'm just a piece, I'm just the manager and no more than that.
"I have to listen to the club. I think the fact that the match is on Sunday I think puts the problem not in my hands.
"We represent English football and we are the only English team that is European competition. Spain has four and gave them all the conditions to try to have success (suggesting the game should be moved to a different date).
"I know what I would do, but I'm not the club. I have to speak with the club.
Jose then went on to suggest, ridiculously, that he would play an entirely different line up against Liverpool.
"I would play with the players that are not going to play Wednesday."
I don't know what you think - but this is probably Mike Riley's fault.
UPDATE: At the end of Mourinho's press conference he said 'John Terry definitely won't play on Sunday', then winked at the members of the press, and left. (We at Anfield Online hope JT is fit for the trip. He can even bring his mum up to Liverpool for the day.)