Chelsea said they were "delighted" to announce a new sponsorship deal today, however it looks like Jose Mourinho didn't get the message.
In the days after the transfer window, in which the Blues missed out on targets John Stones and Paul Pogba, it is back to the usual grind for the Chelsea manager as he focuses on kick starting his team's season.
Perhaps that's why the track-suited Mourinho didn't look overly impressed to have been called away from training to take part in a photo call to announce the deal.
Alongside John Terry, Oscar and Radamel Falcao, Chelsea's best players that weren't away on international duty, Mourinho held up a jersey with the name of the new sponsor on it. But he couldn't raise a smile to go with it.
With just four points from four games, probably the only thing that will put a smile back on the face of the Special One will be a win for Chelsea.
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