José Mourinho was more relaxed and relieved after last night victory in the Champions League group against Maccabi.
Chelsea was in a bad run, with the last ( and only) win of the the season almost a month ago against WBA:
“I forgot the feeling. For so long we don’t win a game, so good, a good feeling,” the Special One said.
“I am a fantastic manager when I win matches and I am a fantastic manager when I lose matches.
“The same way I was not in hell with bad results, I am not in heaven we won a game.”
On Chelsea fans singing his name before and during the match, he stated:
“I prefer that than they say ‘Mourinho out’ and they boo me and so on,” he continued.
“It shows they don’t read papers or they don’t have short memories. If they don’t read papers they support me. If they don’t have short memories, they support me.
“We won four Premier Leagues, three with him and one with his team. This guy is not bad. Let’s support the guy. We have a chance to win the fifth.”