How sacked manager spent his last day at Chelsea

Check out how Jose Mourinho spent the day he was sacked and how his last training session went

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Jose Mourinho is back in the market following his sack from .

Chelsea have been off form all season, losing nine of the 16 Premier League games so far and sit uncomfortably in 16th position just one point off relegation zone.

At a meeting yesterday by Chelsea chiefs, the decision as made to sack Mourinho.

On the day he was sacked, the manager left his Belgravia home towards Chelsea's Cobham HQ around 7. Am and met up withhis coaching staff an hour later to discuss tactics ahead of their home league clash with Sunderland this weekend.

The manager had breakfast with his players at 9. Am before training commenced at 10.30am.

Training session ended at 12pm and Mourinho joined his players for a Christmas lunch 30 minutes later where he had crackers and roasted turkey according to Daily Mail.

At 2pm Mourinho was summoned to a meeting in the main building with Roman Abramovich, chairman Bruce Buck and director Eugene Tenenbaum.

The meeting lasted less than 10 minute.

An hour later, he entered his offer to clear his desk and collect his personal effects before he was driven out of the training ground in a Jaguar.

Watch Jose Mourinho's last post match press conference in Chelsea, below:

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