The self acclaimed “Happy One” was sent parking from Stamford Bridge yesterday, after leading the Blues to their worst start in EPL campaign in over 27-years.
Chelsea are currently 16 position on the EPL log with 15 points. Their defeat to Leicester City on Monday night makes them 20 points behind league leaders Leicester City.
Speaking to the press a day before his dismissal from Chelsea job, Mourinho described the worst period of his career in management as an amazing learning process.
“I have to say it’s a good experience,” he said.
“An experience that probably came too late, [it has] come after 15 years.
“I was ready to live with it, to cope with it because [of my] maturity and experience… but I can imagine that if this happened in the beginning probably my career would have been even better.
“This is an amazing learning process. About myself. About the players, I think I know everything. About myself, I still have some things to discover. And this period was important for me. I’m better than I thought.”
However, the Portugues tactician still remains the best manager the Blues have ever had in 110 years, according to Chelsea official website.