Chelsea football club’s manager Jose Mourinho will publish his first book next week at a time when his side is undergoing a dismal start to the English Premier League (EPL) season. Chelsea’s recent 1-3 home defeat to Southampton was the reigning champions’ fourth in eight games in the league. Mourinho joined Chelsea in 2013 for his second spell at the club after earlier taking charge from 2004 to 2007. 

Among a string of accusations and explanations, the Portuguese refused to quit and said the club would have to “sack the best manager in their history”. In the manager’s first book, with his own words and images, Mourinho charts the peaks and troughs of his 15-year managerial career, from his humble beginnings to his rise to the summit of the global game, Dailymail reported on Tuesday.

The Chelsea management has publicly backed Mourinho after Saturday’s defeat against Southampton, are are believed to be relaxed about what the coach might say in his book.

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