Mourinho dismisses talk of Chelsea unrest

Chelsea's manager Jose Mourinho (3rd L) is pictured during a team training session at Chelsea's training ground in Cobham, in south west London, on November 3, 2015, on the eve of their UEFA Champions League group G match against Dynamo Kiev

London (AFP) – Jose Mourinho dismissed claims of unrest in the Chelsea dressing room on Tuesday as captain John Terry and Cesc Fabregas spoke out in support of their manager.

The Portuguese is under growing pressure after a disastrous run of results and suggestions that there is a player revolt at the club.

But, speaking ahead of Wednesday’s crucial Champions League game at Stamford Bridge against Ukrainian visitors Dynamo Kiev, Mourinho said his relationship with his players remained “fantastic”.

“They are giving their best every minute of every training session. Giving solidarity in between all of us. Fantastic personal relationship. Very good professional relationship,” he said at a pre-match press conference”.


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