Chelsea fans have plenty of reason to be concerned about their team, as the Blues fell to 16th place in the Premier League standings after a 3-1 loss to Everton.
However, Blues boss Jose Mourinho is staying true to form as he refuses to panic about his team’s sluggish start.
“I am sorry, until somebody wins this league we are the champions. I am not feeling any pressure. The results are the worst results ever in my career,” Mourinho said, according to the Daily Star.
“I am not happy but I am coping well with the situation. The priority is to keep doing what we are doing, the players are feeling enough sadness.”
Chelsea are coming off their fourth Premier League title in team history, and they won their third with Mourinho at the helm.
The brash manager has endured controversy this season, as he infamously removed doctor Eva Carneiro from her match day role on the bench.
This was following a heated argument on the field that occurred after Carneiro ran onto the field to care for an injured Eden Hazard.
Injuries have become a problem for the Blues too, as starting goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois will miss three months due to knee surgery.
Luckily, the Blues have Asmir Begovic to replace him despite losing Petr Cech to Arsenal.
Begovic has continued to show promise for Chelsea, as he made six saves despite the defense melting down and allowing three goals to Everton.
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