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Jose Mourinho cuts press conference short after being angered by questions about Kevin de Bruyne

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The Spaniard is believed to be concerned about his World Cup chances after slipping down Jose Mourinho's pecking order

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The Spanish striker scored against Swindon in the Capital One Cup in midweek

Marco van Ginkel with Jose Mourinho

Chelsea await injury news on Marco van Ginkel and Ramires following victory over Swindon

Jose Mourinho's side advanced to the fourth round of the Capital One Cup last night

Ramires chips in Chelsea’s second goal to wrap up a comfortable win

Swindon Town 0 Chelsea 2 match report: Supporting cast, including Fernando Torres, hand Jose Mourinho a reminder

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Capital One Cup: Jose Mourinho targets third League Cup with Chelsea

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