Mourinho: “I want the best for my club and the best for my club is for me to stay.”
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If, as former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once said, a week is a long time in politics, four and a half months in football clearly represents an eternity.It is early October and already the Londoners have lost six matches in all competitions this season and Mourinho acknowledges his players are going through a crisis of confidence.Mourinho's men gave as good a first-half performance Saturday as they have produced all season but one goal, Southampton's equalizer by Steven Davis just before halftime, knocked the stuffing out of the home side.Chelsea started last season in spectacular form but when performances dipped at the turn of the year, it was Mourinho who plotted a series of narrow victories that got them over the line.Mourinho was, nonetheless, in defiant mood after Saturday's defeat left struggling Chelsea in 15th position, hovering four points above the relegation zone.
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