It appears to be business as usual for under pressure Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev at Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho’s position is coming under increasing scrutiny after Saturday’s 3-1 home defeat to Liverpool, with some national newspapers — including the Sun — citing sources that he has just two matches left to save his job.
He spent 15 minutes discussing the team’s plight with his coaching staff on the pitch as the players did their warm-down on Saturday afternoon.
The struggling Premier League champions take on Dynamo knowing they need three points or they could face a battle to get out of what looked to be a straight-forward Champions League group.
Chelsea are behind Porto and Dynamo in Group G and need a win to • Mourinho kick-start their campaign.