Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has expressed his frustrations that he will not be in charge when his team take on Stoke City on Saturday, following his stadium ban and £40,000 fine slammed on him by the Football Association.
Mourinho was charged with misconduct in Chelsea's 2-1 loss to West Ham.
On Thursday, his appeal over his suspended one-match stadium ban and £50,000 was dismissed by an Appeal Board.
Speaking at Friday's pre-match press conference, Mourinho said: "It is not easy and you can imagine how I feel.
"I don't want to speak about it because I would have to go deeper and into a dimension of the situation.
"One thing is to not be on the bench because the referee told me not to be there against West Ham.
"Nobody told me to leave the stadium. At this moment I am stopped to not just do my work but stopped to be in a football stadium and do something I love.
"In the future, I think we will have lots of managers with stadium bans because I think it should be related to something very serious.
"This stadium ban is connected to words, complaints.
"I want the game tomorrow to finish."
Mourinho who said he might end up not watching the game, stated that he will not appeal the ban.
"I have no plans. Maybe I sit on the street corner.
"Maybe I don't even watch the game. I can't control the game so what's the point."
"It is stupid to fight a fight you have already lost.
"I will travel with the players and will be with them until the moment somebody stops me.
"I think this is when I am in the limit of the facilities."