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Jose Mourinho's second Chelsea spell in numbers

Published 18/12/2015

Jose Mourinho has left Chelsea
Jose Mourinho has left Chelsea

Jose Mourinho's second spell in charge of Chelsea came to an end on Thursday.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at the 52-year-old's numbers for his latest stint at Stamford Bridge.

2083 - days between his departure from Chelsea, on September 20, 2007, and his reappointment for his second spell, on June 3, 2013.

927 - days he was in the Stamford Bridge hotseat for.

5 - Premier League home games lost in second spell (v Sunderland, April 2014, and Crystal Palace, Southampton, Liverpool and Bournemouth in 2015-16).

77 - Chelsea's total of unbeaten Premier League home games under Mourinho prior to the loss against Sunderland in April 2014, his first at Stamford Bridge in the competition.

Two - trophies won by Mourinho, taking his tally to 22 in his trophy-laden career.

59 - days between Mourinho being awarded a new four-year contract and the first vote of confidence in a manager of Roman Abramovich's 12-year ownership.

£141,000 - the total in disciplinary fines levied at Mourinho during his second spell.

22 - players used in the Premier League title-winning season, 2014-15.

3,420 - minutes played by captain John Terry in winning the title in 2014-15.

-8 - Chelsea's current negative goal difference in the Premier League.

27 - games without a Chelsea goal for Eden Hazard.

One - Champions League goal for Diego Costa.

Nine - defeats in the Premier League, from 16 games, in the 2015/16 season.

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