Mourinho’s exit a unhappy day

Chelsea captain John Terry says Jose Mourinho’s exit as a Stamford Bridge club’s manager is a “sad, unhappy day”.

Mourinho done Terry skipper aged 23 in 2004 in his initial spell as Blues boss.

Terry led Chelsea to all 3 Premier League titles underneath Mourinho,

who was sacked on Thursday,

in further to an FA Cup and 3 League Cups.

“Going to skip we boss. The really best we have ever worked with, unimaginable memories together. Thank we doesn’t seem enough,”

Terry pronounced on Instagram 


Since entrance by a ranks to make his entrance in 1998, Terry has played underneath 13 managers during Chelsea including Guus Hiddink, Carlo Ancelotti and Rafael Benitez.

He was one of Chelsea’s many unchanging performers both in Mourinho’s prior power during a bar and afterwards as they won final season’s joining title.

However a former England international’s starting place has been reduction secure in a stream campaign.

He was taken off by Mourinho during half-time when his side were beaten

3-0 during Manchester City

in a second joining diversion of a deteriorate while Terry was an new surrogate for a

win over Arsenal

in September.

Terry was transposed early in a second half of a

2-1 better to Leicester

on Monday in what incited out to be Mourinho’s final diversion in charge.

More to follow.

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