Jose Mourinho claims Chelsea will lodge an official complaint about the time it took to move Petr Cech from Reading's Madejski Stadium to hospital.
Mourinho revealed today how it took 30 minutes to get Cech from the dressing room to the ambulance on Saturday, after a collision with Stephen Hunt had fractured the skull of the Chelsea keeper.
Cech is still in hospital after an emergency operation to insert two metal plates into his skull.
Mourinho said: 'There are things that concern me and leave me in a very emotional situation. My goalkeeper was in the dressing room for 30 minutes waiting for an ambulance.
'The ambulance could not go in the direction of the dressing room. He could not leave the dressing room properly. He had to go in a wheelchair in the lift when he had the injury.
'He left 30 minutes after my doctor called for an urgent ambulance. If my goalkeeper dies in that dressing room or in the process it is something English football has to think about.
'This is much more important than football. I would like someone to tell me why my goalkeeper was left in this situation.'
When asked if Chelsea would be making an official complaint, Mourinho said: 'We will.'