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Three reasons Jose Mourinho might not last at Chelsea (1)

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Back in June, the returning Chelsea boss announced: "I am the happy one".

However, this happiness has seemed to slowly evaporate and has left Jose Mourinho waging a war against the FA officials, as the season comes to a close.

Chelsea have now been knocked out of the Champions League by Atlético Madrid, making it extremely difficult for the club to finish the season with any silverware, having thrown away the chance to clinch the Premier League with shock defeats against Aston Villa and Sunderland.

Throughout the season the 'Special One' has stated a desire to stay at Chelsea indefinitely, for as long as the Blues board are willing to have him; most recently in the pre-match press conference ahead of the Atlético Madrid second leg.

However, there are a number of factors which could see Mourinho's stay cut short, and here are three of them.

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