Mourinho dismisses crisis talk at Chelsea
LONDON (AP) - After four matches without a win and facing criticism following a loss to FC Basel in the Champions League, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is changing the way his team plays and dismissed talk of a crisis at Stamford Bridge.
The expectation surrounding Mourinho's second spell at Chelsea has not yet been matched by results, with Chelsea hosting Fulham on Saturday looking for its first win since Aug. 21.
Mourinho says "I don't like the way Chelsea were playing in the last couple of years. The club doesn't like it. We want to change. We have the players with the profile to change. We want to play a different style.''
He adds "crisis of what? Syria? For me, no crisis, for me two bad results.''