It seems Jose Mourinho's public relations team are not too concerned by Chelsea's poor start to the season.
Despite the Portuguese manager leading the Blues to their worst start to a campaign in 37 years, he is set to release a book about his managerial brilliance next week.
According to the Mirror, the book - simply named 'Mourinho' - will hit shelves next week, with the Stamford Bridge club languishing in the bottom half of the table.
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The book has been described as a "sumptuous visual celebration of The Special One's exceptional managerial career so far".
The book will cover the 52-year-old's achievements over his 15-year managerial career that has seen him win league titles in England, Italy, Portugal and Spain - along with two Champions League trophies.
Now, we are by no means saying Mourinho is not a top-class manager, but surely the book could have been postponed until Chelsea were out of their current rut.
The Blues are in the lowly position of 16th after eight games and have only won one of their previous five Premier League matches.
Saturday's 3-1 home defeat to Southampton only proved to highlight Chelsea's issues as their early season woes show no sign of improving.
Mourinho was once again reprimanded by the FA for his comments after the weekend's defeat and his actions on the touchline hardly showed a man confident in his own ability to turn things around.
The 'Special One' has rarely spent over three years in any of his previous positions and, having been at Bridge for 27 months, the pressure is growing on Mourinho to improve the club's fortunes.
Maybe the 'third season syndrome' could be real and Chelsea are doomed to fail this season. Only time will tell.
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