Mourinho Vows to Persist at Roma Despite Worst Career Start

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Jose Mourinho, the highly-respected football manager, has declared his unwavering determination to persist in his role at AS Roma despite enduring the most challenging season start in his career.

Jose Mourinho, despite facing the toughest managerial start of his career, stands firm in his commitment to steer AS Roma through a turbulent Serie A season. The Giallorossi have experienced a significant decline in fortunes, managing just one win in their first six league fixtures. This unfortunate pattern continued as they suffered a disheartening 4-1 defeat against Genoa last Thursday.

These disappointments have seen Roma plummet to a concerning 16th position in the Serie A standings, with only five points to their name so far. Despite the mounting pressure and scrutiny, Mourinho’s determination to lead Roma out of this challenging period remains resolute.

Mourinho, a seasoned Portuguese manager known for his tactical expertise and charismatic leadership, now faces the task of revitalizing the team’s performance, motivating the players, and instilling a winning mentality. His resilience in the face of adversity underscores his dedication to the club and its supporters, and he remains unwavering in his mission to restore Roma’s standing among Serie A’s elite. As he confronts this unprecedented challenge, Mourinho’s experience and resolute commitment will play a crucial role in guiding the team toward brighter days ahead.

Speaking to DAZN post-match, he said: “I apologise to the studio, but I have no real desire to talk. I didn’t speak to the players.

“When I don’t talk to the players, then it means I can’t really discuss this in-depth and answer your questions either.”

He added: “It is the worst of my career too. However, I also think it is the first time that Roma have played two European Finals in a row.”

Mourinho continued: “It is the squad we have and with this squad we must emerge from this situation. There is no more transfer window, nobody can leave or arrive, this is the group we have with its qualities and its problems.

“We have no time to cry. We can cry internally, because it hurts our heart, especially for me because of my rapport with the Roma fans. But tomorrow we will be back at work.

“The next game is worth three points, not seven or eight, but it becomes a very, very important match for us.”


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