Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho was booed by the majority of a sparse home crowd before his final match in charge, against Osasuna on Saturday.
Mourinho leaves the Spanish capital after three years in charge of Real in which he won the league title and the Copa del Rey.
However, after a disappointing campaign in which Real have failed to win a major trophy, he was left in little doubt as to what the fans thought as the announcement of his name just before kick-off was met a chorus of boos.
The game was also briefly stopped as photographers around the Madrid dug-out spilled onto the playing surface.
Earlier on Saturday, Mourinho had thanked the Real fans for their support during his time in charge.
"I wish all the fans much happiness in the future. I thank much of the support for their support and respect the criticism of others," he said.
Mourinho was confirmed as Chelsea manager on a four-year deal on Monday, and former Blues defender Ricardo Carvalho feels he will be a big success second time around.
He said: "I'm sure in two, three years they can but even in his first year he can win it again.
"When we arrived together in 2004 Chelsea had not won the league for 50 years so I hope now they can win it again. Jose is a special coach and I think he deserves all the best because he works very hard.
"Chelsea are a special club for me and I wish for them to win the Premier League again."