Chelsea's Jose Mourinho: 'We're not strong enough to win every game'

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho during the Champions League group match against Steaua Bucuresti on October 1, 2013
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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes that his side are not "strong enough" to win consecutive matches.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has conceded that his side are not capable of winning consecutive matches.

The Blues have had an inconsistent start to their campaign, which has placed them fifth in the Premier League table after six games.

Some have suggested that the Portuguese coach is struggling to find his best team among a hoard of young midfield talent.

"Every weekend someone can lose points," Mourinho said in a press conference. "In relation to my team at this moment, we are not strong enough to be dominant in every match and win consecutively. That is my point of view."

Chelsea go up against Norwich City on Sunday.

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