Some days ago, Jose Mourinho had a golden chance to open champagne celebrating the dramatic victory over FC Barcelona at the King’s Cup final match on Wednesday, April 20, 2011. However, the superman isn’t just successful in Spain with Real Madrid.
During late nine years, he has worked in four different countries and made great achievements that world leading coaches like Sir. Alex Ferguson, Rafa Benitez, Harry Redknapp, Joao Pereira and Cesare Prandelli couldn’t do.
Actually, Porto, Chelsea, Inter and Real hadn’t lost in 150 games under him with 125 wins, 25 draws and 342 scored goals. After winning two UEFA Champions League titles with two different teams, he became the third manager rewriting the history besides Ernst Happel and Ottmar Hitzmeld.
Now, let's see Jose Mourinho’s nine-year milestones with unbelievable records in pictures.
Jose Mourinho and Real Madrid’s soccer players celebrate when they become 2011 Copa Del Rey champions after the dramatic winning over FC Barcelona at the King’s Cup final match on Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The victory at the King’s Cup final match helps Real Madrid receive the first trophy for three years and their first Cup since 1993
On 2 June 2008, he signed a three-year contract with Inter Milan. In his first season as Inter head coach, Mourinho helped Inter win the Italian SuperCup and finished top of Serie A. (Jose Mourinho (left) and President of Inter Milan, Massimo Moratti)
In 2010, Jose Mourinho successfully led Inter Milan to win three honorable trophies including UEFA Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia
Mourinho began working as Chelsea head coach in June 2004 with a salary of £5.2 million a year and became one of the highest paid managers in football history. Between 2004 and 2007, he and his Chelsea FC won two Premier League titles in 2005 and 2006
He also led Chelsea to winning one FA Cup title and two Football League Cup titles. During the period, he recruited many soccer stars like John Terry, Frank Lampard, Arjen Robben, Didier Drogba, Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Carvalho
The superman also made great achievements when he worked at Porto FC. In 2003, Mourinho won his first Primeira Liga and two other titles including Portuguese Cup and UEFA Cup
He also helped Porto win Portuguese SuperCup and especially UEFA Champions League in 2004