Chelsea's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho reacts during the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in London on October 31, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS
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The future of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho remained clouded in doubt Sunday following the Premier League champions' latest setback against Liverpool.Chelsea's 3-1 defeat Saturday, their sixth in 11 league games, left them four points above the relegation zone and prompted more lurid newspaper headlines about the possible fate awaiting Mourinho.Chelsea gave Mourinho a public vote of confidence last month, but the team have won just one of their five matches since and saw their defense of the League Cup ended by Stoke City.Avram Grant, who succeeded Mourinho after he was sacked by Chelsea in September 2007, only to be himself dismissed eight months later, believes the end is not yet nigh for the Portuguese.
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