Mourinho’s career tarnished by Roma disaster

    Roma’s Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho admitted he had his “worst” start to the season after a 4-1 defeat to Genoa left Roma in the relegation zone in the Italian league.

    Roma, with their Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, scored only 5 points in the first 6 rounds of Serie A.

    Mourinho said in his post-match statements: “It’s true, this start is the worst in Roma’s history and also the worst for me as a coach in my entire career.”

    He added: “But it is also true that Roma have never before in their history qualified for two European finals in a row.”

    By this, the Portuguese means that his side will reach the Conference League final and also reach the Europa League final, which they lost to Sevilla last season.

    Mourinho found himself in a state of extreme anger after the defeat as he refused to speak to the studio during the match and was content to speak only to the stadium reporter. When asked about the injuries, he denounced it and responded by saying: “Did you also ask Genoa coach Alberto Gilardinho that question?”

    Mourinho has made similar statements in the past, which tended to reflect the history of the clubs he coached, such as Manchester United’s European heritage and Tottenham’s absence from the competition.

    It is noteworthy that Roma ranks 16th in the Italian Championship standings, and this season played 6 matches in the Italian Championship, during which they suffered 3 defeats, drew twice and won once.

    Source: Agencies

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