The Portugese believes a guy with his career history should be dismissed in such a manner.
Former Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho revealed that his dismissal from Tottenham Hotspur was strange considering his career history.
The former Blues coach was sacked after 17 months in charge of Tottenham Hotspur, just a few days before the club’s Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.
“I am in the maturity of my career and also my life where I don’t have bad feelings. I just try to accept things the way they are but yes, it hurt,” Mourinho told sky.
“This time I cannot say I’m the privileged one, because it happened to me.
“But for a guy with my career and my history I think it was a strange thing to happen.”
Following his two spells at Chelsea, Mourinho has always had a strong relationship with Chelsea.
“It’s a difficult moment and you can even feel it at the football level because they have lost that level of excellence and stability,” he noted.
“If you ask me do I have someone I would like to take over Chelsea, then yes I have, but I close my mouth.”
It is believed that Mourinho has re-awakened the fighting spirit in Tammy Abraham as the striker is not banging in the goals regular.
“I don’t think it’s an easy decision for a young player to leave his club, his house, his city, his country and to leave the Premier League, which is of course a competition that when a player is in its hard to leave,” said Mourinho.