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Jose Mourinho Laments Over His “Worst” Start To 2023-2024 Season

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Following Roma’s loss to Genoa, Jose Mourinho has admitted that this is the worst start to the season in his coaching career.

Lowly rated Genoa defeated Jose Mourinho’s led Roma 4-1 on Thursday, September 28. Roma’s third league loss in six games, and slid them to the 16th spot in the Serie A table with five points.

Recall that the 60-year-old Jose Mourinho assumed control of Roma in 2021 after previously coaching Porto, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Manchester United, and Tottenham.

He led Roma to their first title in 14 years in 2022, when he won the first Europa Conference League.

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In the following season, Roma lost the Europa League final to Sevilla and finished 6th in Serie A.

After Roma’s embarrassing defeat at the hands of Genoa, Jose Mourinho said, “It’s also my worst start to a season as a coach.

“However, I don’t think that Roma had ever appeared in two consecutive European finals [before last season].”

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The Portuguese tactician added, “This is the squad we have, for better and worse. We have to move forward – there’s no time to lament,” said Mourinho on Thursday evening.

“I might show my feelings behind the scenes because it really affects me emotionally, especially given my relationship with the fans.

“We’ll be working hard from tomorrow ahead of our next game. Three points will be at stake – it’s not like we’re in six-pointer territory already – but it’s a huge game for us now.”

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Jose Mourinho and his boys will be in action against Frosinone on Sunday, October 1, 2023. The match will kick off at 7:45 p.m.

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