Ex-Chelsea No2 Morris: Sacking didn’t feel great

Former Chelsea assistant manager Jody Morris admits being sacked was tough to take last January.

Morris was working as an assistant to Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge, before they left the club in January last year.

He told talkSPORT: “The last two weeks at the club there were a few rumours flying about and certain people outside the club were mentioning a few things before.

“We played an FA Cup game two days before and Frank just rang early in the morning before going to work and just said ‘that’s it lads I’m on the way to the Bridge and we’re done’ and he said ‘I’ll ring you after’.

“It’s never nice and it wasn’t the biggest shock if I’m being brutally honest, it still doesn’t feel great.”

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