In the wake of yet another Chelsea defeat, boss Jose Mourinho reacted to questions regarding his future by insisting that if the club sack him, they will be sacking the greatest manager the club has ever had.
Sack me if you want, but I am the best for Chelsea - Mourinho
In what will easily go down as one of the longest and most iconic post match interview, Mourinho again cast aspersions of bias officiating against his team, citing an instance he believes a penalty should have been awarded his team.
" I think what you can do[refrees] is to be fair to us because we are already down. I know if we are up you want us to come down, I can understand that. But when we are already down, the least you can do is to be fair to us"
Jose Mourinho also added that he believes he is hated by officials in Europe, but expects fairness for his club and it fans.
Many pundits seem to believe that Mourinho's statements in his press conference puts pressure on the club owner, Roman Abrahamovic, alluding to the frequency with which coaches are sacked at chelsea when results go bad.
There's the beleive that his comments may likely lead to his sack.
Meanwhile, Roman Abrahamovic was seen leaving the Stamford Bridge before the end of the match in their 3-1 defeat to Southampton.More to follow...
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