Jose Mourinho has won 25 Trophies in his managerial career so far. The Special One!
After a brief career as a footballer in Portugal, Mourinho turned to management where he enjoyed quick success. In 1992, he became a translator to Bobby Robson, then at Sporting in Lisbon.
Mourinho became an international name in 2002 when he moved to Porto. Under Mourinho, Porto won the 2004 Champions League, beating Monaco 3-0 in the final.
Mourinho moved to Chelsea in June 2004 where in his first press conference announced himself as “a special one”. He backed up the statement by winning the Premier league title in his first season, Chelsea’s first title in 50 years and repeated as Champions in Mourinho’s second season.
After winning the FA Cup in May 2007, Mourinho suddenly resigned shortly after the start of the following season due to conflicts with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich over staffing decisions and players purchases.
He took the year off from football, then he joined Inter in June 2008 and won the Serie A title in his first season in July.
After winning the Treble for Inter, He left for Real Madrid in May 2010 and won the Copa del Rey in his first season and La Liga. He later left Madrid in 2013 after winning only the Super Copa de Espana in his final season there.
He then returned to Chelsea where he won another league title and League Cup, but was dismissed in 2015 after a poor run of results.
Jose Mourinho was appointed at Manchester United in 2016, where he won the UEFA Europa League and EFL Cup in his first season. Although he led the club to second place in the Premier League the following year which is the club’s highest league finish since 2013, he did not win any trophies and was dismissed in December 2018, midway Through his third season at the club.
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