That's the verdict of Blues legend Didier Drogba, who has defended how often his old side have got rid of managers over the years.
Chelsea are on their eighth permanent gaffer since Roman Abramovich took over the west London club back in 2003.
And Antonio Conte's future has been the subject of plenty of speculation this year with his team well of the pace of Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Conte has been tipped to leave Chelsea at the end of the current campaign, regardless of how they perform.
Drogba doesn't believe the high turnover of managers is any different to what's going on elsewhere though.
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What is happening now is normal
Didier Drogba defends Chelsea
"What is happening now is normal," Drogba said during an interview with French broadcaster RMC Sport.
"Two years ago, they were on the verge of relegation. Last year, with one game a week, everything went well. The coach came with drastic methods and the club became champion again.
"But most players have not been further than a quarter or semi-final in the Champions League for a while. It is necessary to readjust to the matches every three days, to the demand of results which is permanent, to the intensity. You have to be on top every day, it's not easy.
"Everyone says that Chelsea is not very stable. But in current football, there is not a coach who lasts more than three or four years in a club."
Drogba revealed he asked Chelsea owner Abramovich about his approach to sacking managers during his stint at Stamford Bridge.
Didier Drogba asked Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich about the turnover of managers at Stamford Bridge
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"This gentleman [Abramovich], I asked him the question: 'How many coaches did we have in how many seasons?'" he added.
"He replied: 'But Didier, every time I did it [change coach], we had results.'"
Drogba says Abramovich does not deliberately replace managers on a frequent basis though.
"No, because when the coaches come, they have a free hand at the club, they do what they want, after that I do not see the relationship with the president on a daily basis, but you can not come into conflict with your boss," he said.
"If that's the case, it's because you want to leave."