Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea can win the quadruple

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Despite Chelsea's poor start to the Premier League season, Jose Mourinho believes they are capable of winning the quadruple, but admitted they could easily end up with nothing this season.

The Blues currently sit 12th in the table - ten points behind Manchester City - having already lost four league games, but the Portuguese boss believes it is too early to write his team off. 

The Stamford Bridge club play Dynamo Kiev on Tuesday night with their hopes of reaching the knockout stages in the Champions League still intact, while they still have both domestic cups to compete for.


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As per the Mirror, Mourinho said: “We can win all four, we can lose all four. Everything is open. We are in October. Everything is open.

“I think to win all four is something really amazingly difficult for everyone, even if you say Man City or Man United – because they are at this moment top of the league – even for them it would be very difficult to win all four.

"In England, it’s very difficult.


The west London outfit may be languishing in the lower regions of the table, but they are only six points off a top four spot. 

Having dropped Eden Hazard for the 2-0 win over Aston Villa, Mourinho signaled his intentions going forward. 

The Chelsea boss is evidently happy to shut up shop and win games by the solitary goal as his side looks to regain their confidence. Ugly, maybe. Effective, of course.

It is unlikely any club in England will achieve a quadruple - a double is difficult enough - but expect the defending Premier League champions to get their hands on some form of silverware this season.

Will Chelsea win a trophy this season; if so, which one? Have your say in the comments section below!

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