Jose Mourinho said he cannot guarantee Chelsea a top four finish at the end of the season.
Under-pressure manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he cannot promise a top four finish at the end of the season.
Chelsea have suffered a loss of form this season and after losing five league games out of ten are in 15th position.
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Mourinho’s men will welcome Liverpool on Saturday, October 31 in a league clash and the manager opined that Chelsea can do without playing in the UEFA Champions League for one season.
“I cannot promise,” Mourinho said when he was asked if he can guarantee Chelsea a place in the UCL next season.
“Chelsea is a big club. It’s the club I chose to come to. A club I live in a very specific way, with respect,” he said at a press conference ahead of the clash with Liverpool.
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“Liverpool is a big club. Man United is a super big club. Last season Liverpool won nothing and didn’t qualify for the Champions League, and they are still a big club.
“Two years ago United didn’t qualify for the Champions League, not even the Europa League, won nothing, and they are still a monster club. That is football.
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