- Jose Mourinho's spell at Chelsea ended unceremoniously
- The Portuguese manager was fired by the club in December 2015 after a run of poor results
- The Premier League-winning manager was however taken out of the Blues training facility in the boot of a car after his sack
Jose Mourinho was bundled out of Chelsea's training ground after learning he had been relieved of his duties by the club.
The Portuguese returned to Stamford Bridge in 2013 after leaving Real Madrid and one year later, he won the Premier League title for them.
However, seven months down the lane, he was unable to replicate his own success from the previous season, hence, his sack in December 2015.
Before he was fired by the Blues, the defending champions were hovering around the relegation zone having lost nine of their first 16 EPL games.
Meanwhile, his case was compounded after a touchline altercation with former club doctor Eva Carneiro which degenerated into a legal action after the Football Association investigated the matter as reported by Daily Mail.
According to The Athletic, Mourinho escaped the journalists and photographers standing outside of the complex waiting for him.
The publication further revealed that he was taken out of the facility in the back of Silvino Louro's SUV having sent out a decoy.
Chelsea's player liaison officer, Kevin Campello wore a hoodie to cover his face and with an expensive watch visible, was sent out in a 'decoy' vehicle to draw the photographers and reporters assembled away from the entrance.
Mourinho didn't have to wait forever before Manchester United made him their manager barely six months later.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has been named Premier League manager of the month for November.
The 57-year-old emerged winner of the prestigious award after guiding North Londoners to three wins and one draw in the month under review.
Spurs got the better of Brighton and Hove Albion in their first game of the month after beating them 2-1 in the former White Hart Lane Stadium.
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