My Job is Secure – Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho sent to the stands by referee Jonathan Moss in the Capital One Cup game against Stoke City.

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The under-fire Chelsea manager is confident that he has a job security amid all results going against him. The Portuguese is experiencing the most difficult months of his 15 years managerial career but is adamant that his life is ‘normal’ as always.

Jose Mourinho’s job is set to be on fire as his team suffered their fifth league defeat in 10 fixtures at the hands of West Ham United last weekend. The things went much worse in the midweek when Chelsea were knocked out of the League Cup which they won last year.

Chelsea now have conceded 19 goals and sit 15th in the table, a staggering 11 points below table leaders Machester City. As most of the experts say, Chelsea are already not one of the favorites to finish in the Top 4. Reports from various sources claim that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic has given Jose Mourinho the weekend game against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool as the final chance to the Portuguese to keep his position as the Chelsea manager.

But, Jose Mourinho is more than relaxed about the claims insisting his life is as usual as it is. The manager has also been linked with a move away from Chelsea particularly with Italian side Inter whom Mourinho managed after leaving Chelsea in his first stint, but he rejected all the rumors.


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Before some weeks, Mourinho said that he is more than a manager for Chelsea, expressing his love for the club. He also had threatening words to the owner and the higher authorities saying he is the ‘greatest ever’ manager that Chelsea had. The open challenge of Mourinho to Chelsea has pissed off some of the higher personals leaving the Portuguese’s job in risk.

Jose Mourinho left the Britannia Stadium as a happy man, praising his squad for what they did on the ground and is publically receiving backing by some former players and his current sincere. Though Mourinho has the backing by so many, no one can stop owner Roman Abramovic from axing the Portuguese for the second time in six years if the results do not turn around sooner.