Jermaine Grandison's own goal broke Shrewsbury's hearts after Chelsea survived a scare to snatch a late 2-1 win
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has told some of his fringe players they have made his next team selection "easy" after they failed to make the most of their opportunity against Shrewsbury.
Andre Schurrle, Mohamed Salah and Filipe Luis all struggled as the Blues scraped through 2-1 to reach the Capital One Cup quarter-finals.
They needed a late own goal from Jermaine Grandison to progress on Tuesday after Andy Mangan had levelled with 13 minutes left.
– Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho
I expect players to give me problems. I love problems. But a lot of them didn't and they've made it easy to choose my team for Saturday.
If players who played 90 minutes two days ago were fantastic I expect people who are not playing a lot to raise the level to create me problems. They didn't create me big problems.
Shrewsbury boss Micky Mellon admits he might be "Special Brew" to Jose Mourinho's "Special One" but believes Town can give Chelsea a cup hangover.
The Shrews host the Barclays Premier League leaders in the Capital One Cup fourth round on Tuesday aiming for one of the competition's biggest shocks.
– Micky Mellon
If he's the Special One, I'm more Special Brew. It'll be terrific to have Jose here.
I'm determined to get everything we can as a football club.
I want to learn everything about how the best in the business operates.
If we can take anything from that and make this wonderful football club better.
Then I'm determined to that, I want to take any opportunity to move us forwards.
Jose deserves and probably loves his nickname.
Andy Mangan handed Shrewsbury a shock Capital One Cup victory over Barclays Premier League new-boys Leicester.
Mangan, a free-transfer signing from Forest Green Rovers during the summer, scored the only goal of the night at the King Power Stadium to send the League Two Shrews into the third round.
Shrewsbury have appointed Micky Mellon as their new manager.
The former Fleetwood boss has signed a one-year rolling contract and will be assisted by Mike Jackson, who had been in caretaker charge of the Shrews since Graham Turner stepped down in January, and Danny Coyne.
Shrewsbury have appointed Michael Jackson as manager on a deal until the end of the season.
Jackson has been caretaker boss since Graham Turner resigned his position at the end of January and the Sky Bet League One club feel that continuity will be important in their battle against relegation.
Graham Turner has quit as manager of League One strugglers Shrewsbury.
The veteran boss, 66, has called time on his second spell at the club with the Shrews a point above the relegation zone following a poor run of results culminating in Saturday's 3-0 defeat against Rotherham.
– Graham Turner.
It's a very sad decision. It's a club that I've really enjoyed working at, it's a club that gave me my first opportunity in management, so I'll always appreciate that and will always be close to the club.
I just felt it wasn't necessarily just Saturday. I think there's been a sequence of results where for several weeks now I thought I could improve things.
I thought I was the right man to get the results going and it hasn't materialised, so I felt that there was a need for a decision to be made.