After Chelsea’s 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Saturday at Stamford Bridge, manager Jose Mourinho gave another strange post game interview.
Here’s the full transcript, courtesy of The Guardian.
Des Kelly: José, a 3-1 defeat after a fabulous start to the game, the game just got away from you then?
José Mourinho: I have nothing, nothing to say.
Kelly: Nothing to say about the game at all?
Mourinho: Nothing, nothing to say.
Kelly: Nothing to say about the Lucas [Leiva] decision that left him on the pitch?
Mourinho: Nothing to say, I have nothing to say.
Kelly: The [Diego] Costa clash?
Mourinho: Nothing to say, I am so sorry, I have nothing to say.
Kelly: Do you not think it’s time to have a chat to the fans to give them some message, an indication of your thinking?
Mourinho: They are not stupid.
Kelly: We heard them chanting your name.
Mourinho: The fans are not stupid.
Kelly: You did say before this game that you were not worried, are you a little bit more worried now?
Mourinho: Worried about what?
Kelly: Your future, your own position at the club, the backing of the board?
Kelly: Nothing about the game at all?
Kelly: No individual performance you would like to pick out?
Kelly: Nothing about the performance going ahead?
Kelly: Nothing about the way we could fix it?
Mourinho: I cannot say.
Kelly: Thank you for your time, José.
He has been in hot water earlier this season for remarks made in the media, and it clear that he’s feeling the pressure as the reigning champions sits in 15th place in the Premier League standings.