Jose Mourinho use to be the “Special one”, then he evolved to become known as the “The Happy one”, but it seem to be that the Happy one was not going to stick so the Chelsea manager got thinking and arrived at a new title, this time, a more subtle title, ” The Unhappy One”, the Portuguese manager prefers this new title in his moment of grief, citing this season as Chelsea’s worst start to a Premier League season in 17 years.
The champions go to West Brom on Sunday bidding for a first win of the season after beginning with a 2-2 draw at home to Swansea and 3-0 loss at title rivals Manchester City.
“We have one point from two matches. I’m not happy at all,” said Mourinho, before listing those under-performing.
“I’m not happy with anyone. I’m not happy with (Branislav) Ivanovic’s form, (Gary) Cahill, John (Terry), Azpi (Cesar Azpilicueta), Eden (Hazard), (Cesc) Fabregas, (Nemanja) Matic.
“But, for me, the first thing is I’m not happy with my form, because I used to get better results than I’m getting (now).
“This is the start of everything.”
Mourinho, who described himself as the Happy One on his return to Chelsea two summers ago, is eager for self-improvement as well as collective.
“I go to the gym every day now to get fitter,” said Mourinho, who says he went once every six months previously.
“Maybe I need more action on the touchline, so I need to be fitter.”
With the dwindling drop in title of Jose Mourinho, we hope he doesn’t end up bearing a deteriorating title, because one can never tell which title that may stick longer than expected.