first_imgJose Mourinho described his side’s defeat to League One Bradford as a “sporting disgrace” after the Blues suffered a shock FA Cup exit.The Bantams fell 2-0 behind in the first half but responded in fine style to win 4-2 and dump the Premier League leaders out the competition at the fourth round.Jon Stead, former Blue Filipe Morais, Andy Halliday and Mark Yeates secured a dream win for the visiting minnows, after Gary Cahill and Ramires had seemingly given the Blues a comfortable lead.Prior to the clash, the Mourinho said any defeat to the third tier outfit would be a “disgrace”, but despite his embarrassment he praised the magic of the FA Cup.The Portuguese boss said: “I feel ashamed and I think the players should feel exactly the same as I feel.“It is, without a doubt, the worst result of my managerial career.“By one side this is the beauty of football, the beauty of the FA Cup.“[But] I repeat the word that I used yesterday in case we lost – it’s a disgrace. A sporting disgrace, but it’s a disgrace.“I know in the history of this competition it happens to every team now and again.“For me it’s the first time, for Chelsea it doesn’t happen a lot and I think it’s unacceptable to lose against a team from a lower league.”last_img