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Chelsea's results under Jose Mourinho this season

Jose Mourinho was given Chelsea's "full support" in a statement from the club on October 5, but warned "results have not been good enough and the team's performances must improve".

Before that point, he had presided over four wins, two draws and five defeats in all competitions. Since that point, he has managed an identical record - four wins, two draws and five defeats.

Here, Press Association Sport takes a look at the Blues' season so far.

August 8: DRAW (2-2 v Swansea, Premier League)

August 16: LOSE (3-0 at Manchester City, Premier League)

August 23: WIN (3-2 at West Brom, Premier League)

August 29: LOSE (2-1 v Crystal Palace, Premier League)

September 12: LOSE (3-1 at Everton, Premier League)

September 16: WIN (4-0 v Maccabi Tel Aviv, Champions League)

September 19: WIN (2-0 v Arsenal, Premier League)

September 23: WIN (4-1 at Walsall, Capital One Cup)

September 26: DRAW (2-2 at Newcastle, Premier League)

September 29: LOSE (2-1 at Porto, Champions League)

October 3: LOSE (3-1 v Southampton, Premier League)

***October 5: Mourinho given vote of confidence***

October 17: WIN (2-0 v Aston Villa, Premier League)

October 20: DRAW (0-0 at Dynamo Kiev, Champions League)

October 24: LOSE (2-1 at West Ham, Premier League)

October 27: LOSE (on penalties after 1-1 draw at Stoke, Capital One Cup)

October 31: LOSE (3-1 v Liverpool, Premier League)

November 4: WIN (2-1 v Dynamo Kiev, Champions League)

November 7: LOSE (1-0 at Stoke, Premier League)

November 21: WIN (1-0 v Norwich, Premier League)

November 24: WIN (4-0 at Maccabi Tel Aviv, Champions League)

November 29: DRAW (0-0 at Tottenham, Premier League)

December 5: LOSE (1-0 v Bournemouth, Premier League)

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