Jose Mourinho (Setubal, Portugal, 26-1-1963) appeared at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium just nine days after becoming Europe’s champion with the Milan in that same setting. During his first season with Real Madrid the Portuguese coach conquered the Copa del Rey and won over Real Madrid’s fans thanks to his football style and his victories. He continued the good results achieving the well-known “League of records” during his second year. In his third and final season leading the Real Madrid team, Mourinho conquered the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona with the white team.
The Nerazzurri hadn't won the title in 45 years, but under the Portuguese coach Inter also won the Italian Scudetto and the Cup of Italy during the 2009/10 season; the first-ever treble in club history. Mourinho also won the Scudetto in his first season at Inter, as well as the Italian Super Cup.
Earlier in his career, Mourinho won six titles in three years at Chelsea. During his first year at Stamford Bridge, he won the Premier League and the Carling Cup. Chelsea won the Premiership again the following year after a tight race with Manchester United throughout the season, which the Blues opened by winning the Community Shield. Mourinho led Chelsea to victory in the FA Cup and the Carling Cup during the 2006/07 campaign.
Before leaving for England, Mourinho won the second Champions League title for Porto in 2004 as well as the Portuguese league title (the first for Porto in four years). With the Portuguese side he also won one UEFA Cup, one Cup of Portugal and one Portuguese Super Cup.
Champions League: 2004 (Porto), 2010 (Inter)
UEFA Cup: 2003
La Liga: 2011/12
Spanish Super Cup: 2012
Scudettos: 2008/09, 2009/2010
Premier League: 2004/05, 2005/06
Portuguese league: 2002/03, 2003/04
Italian Cup: 2009/10
F.A. Cup: 2006/07
Carling Cup: 2004/05, 2006/07
Cup of Portugal: 2002/03
Italian Super Cup: 2008
Community Shield: 2005
Portuguese Super Cup: 2003
FIFA World Coach of the Year: 2010
IFFHS Best Coach award: 2004, 2005, 2010
UEFA Best Coach: 2002/03, 2003/04
League Managers Association (LMA) Hall of Fame: Inducted 2010
Best coach of the Italian League: 2009
Best Coach of the Premier League: 2004/05, 2005/06
Best Coach of the Portuguese league: 2002/03, 2003/04
ARTICLE - 08/07/2012
Jose Mourinho has won 11 and drawn three of his friendlies with the team
ARTICLE - 03/07/2012
The coach has won 76.9% of his matches with the team
ARTICLE - 08/06/2012
"I believe it´s my duty to stand by my players at such an important moment for them"