This is my worst spell EVER! Jose Mourinho admits Chelsea’s form a concern

first_img1 Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho admits he is in the midst of the worst period in his managerial career.After winning the Premier League at a canter last season, the Blues have made a shocking start to this campaign.They have claimed just two wins from seven league games and head into Saturday’s visit of Southampton on the back of a disappointing Champions League defeat to Porto.“I define (this) as the worst period of my career, with the worst results in my career,” said Mourinho.“I get it as a fantastic experience – an experience that I don’t want to repeat. I want to finish tomorrow and win some matches again.“I think it comes too late, to come after 15 years is too late, but it’s something that is helping me to be better, a great negative experience.”The challenge began on the opening day of Chelsea’s title defence, a 2-2 draw with Swansea on August 8, the repercussions of which continue.Mourinho criticised first-team doctor Eva Carneiro and head physio Jon Fearn for going on to the field to treat Eden Hazard.And Mourinho was cleared by the Football Association on Wednesday of making discriminatory comments towards Carneiro.FA chairman Greg Dyke has told officials that Mourinho committed “a failure of his personal judgement and public behaviour” in his criticism of Carneiro, while independent board member Heather Rabbatts launched a stinging attack on the FA for its “seriously disappointing” handling of the case.Mourinho refused to respond on Friday, saying his comments will come in time.“For the past two months I didn’t open my mouth and I’m going to keep it like this. One day I will speak and I will choose a day,” Mourinho said.“I’m quiet about it for a long time. I read and I listen and I watch and I’m quiet. I’m telling you, we can be here all day. My time to speak will arrive when I decide.” Jose Mourinho last_img


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