Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits struggling because he's 'lonely'

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Jose Mourinho might appear to be a paragon of self-confidence and the definition of assurance, but he’s admitted that he is struggling in the modern game. Surprising as it may be, the Special One described himself as ‘lonely’ at the top, claiming he lived in a different world, one that meant he wasn’t ‘with the power’. It could well have something to do with the fact that his Chelsea team has started this campaign very poorly indeed, although Mourinho’s never been one to shy away from mind-games, so it’s a difficult one to discern. Moving on, Mourinho himself has admitted Radamel Falcao needs to do more, dismissing the idea that the Colombia international might move on in the January transfer window. The Chelsea boss said Falcao needed to be better than Diego Costa if he was to start. Unlikely, given that he’s only got one goal to his name this term.

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