Chelsea FC manager, Jose Mourinho says it is not true his results and performance as a coach in his third season with every club he has ever coach has been abysmal.
The Blues boss bristled when it was suggested he had an issue at staying with clubs for the longer term, countering the suggestion his third season was when everything goes wrong.
Speaking ahead of Wednesday night’s Champions League opener with Maccabi Tel-Aviv, Mourinho reeled off his achievements in his third seasons with Chelsea and Real Madrid; he only had two terms at Porto and Inter Milan.
“In Real Madrid, I won the Super Cup; I lost the cup final and went to the Champions League semi-finals.
“These are my third seasons, so click Google instead of asking stupid questions.”
“My third season at Chelsea, the first time, I won the FA Cup and the Carling Cup and I played the Champions League semi-finals,” he added.
Mourinho, who is in the third season since his return in June 2013, last month signed a four-year contract extension after repeatedly stating his wish to manage Chelsea for some time.
He also said he has nothing to prove despite Chelsea’s worst start to a season in nearly 30 years.
“I have nothing to show, to anyone. Nothing,” Mourinho said.