How Many Titles Has Jose Mourinho Won As a Coach? Career and Trophies of Jose Mourinho

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Jose Mourinho Introduction

José Mourinho is one of the most outstanding coaches of the last 20 years in the world of football. A very particular character who has never left anyone indifferent. We review the entire career, titles, and records achieved by the Portuguese technical director. Also how many titles has Jose Mourinho won As a coach?

One of the most controversial coaches of the last 20 years in the world of football is undoubtedly José Mourinho, a guy who has never left anyone indifferent and who has already been facing the final stage of his career for several years, directing teams very recognizable at European level, but no longer ‘top’, a term that he himself coined to refer to the best in the world.

This is a coach who has a notable difference from the vast majority of successful coaches: the Portuguese were never top-level footballers.

However, although his career has suffered a notable qualitative decline in recent years; There is no doubt that the Portuguese have had notable and numerous successes in the vast majority of clubs he has coached.

With a style of play probably not too attractive for the neutral spectator, the way their teams play football generates charms and dislikes in equal parts. However, there is something that is totally indisputable: on many occasions, this style of play has borne significant fruit.

 
 
 
 
 
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The Portuguese can also boast that he has managed to impose and develop his ideas with total independence from the club and squad that he has had to guide: it does not matter if he is a humble Porto in Europe or a real Madrid, the good José always He has been very clear about the path that leads to victory.

Jose Mourinho’s Career

We review, then, the titles and the already long career of one of the most recognizable coaches of the last two decades in the football scene.

First Years and FC Barcelona

The beginnings of José Mourinho’s extensive career date back to his native Portugal, where, after completing the UEFA course for football manager in Scotland, he enrolled as a coach in secondary schools. After a few years in this position, he was invited by Manuel Fernández to work with him at Estrela de Amadora, a team from the Portuguese country. Later, he would work hand in hand with Bobby Robson in several European clubs, starting with Sporting Lisbon and Porto, always in the role of assistant and translator.

Thus, he would accompany the English coach on his adventure at FC Barcelona, ​​which only lasted one season for the British, where they won the Copa del Rey, European Cup Winners’ Cup, and Spanish Super Cup.

With the departure of Robson, Mourinho managed to stay at the Barça club, as one of the assistants to the new coach, Louis Van Gaal, eventually occupying the position of assistant coach, with the departure of Ronald Koeman in 1999. Finally, with the dismissal of the Dutchman, he would end up leaving the Barça club in 2000.

Benfica and UD Leiria

After leaving the Blaugrana club, he received an offer from Bobby Robson again, to be his assistant at Newcastle United, which the Portuguese quickly rejected, since his intentions were already to be a head coach.

 
 
 
 
 
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Thus, he began his career directing one of the most important teams in Portugal, Benfica, whom he would only end up commanding for 9 days since the change of presidency at the club meant a change of direction and project in which José it had no place.


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He began the 2001-2002 season managing UD Leiria, a team with which, at the end of the first half of the season, he was ranked in fifth place. However, he would leave this new club again in the middle of the year, although on this occasion, for a very different reason: to manage the other ‘great’ in Portugal, Porto FC; with which he would already start a really successful career.

Porto

Mourinho began his career as manager of Porto FC in January 2002, where he picked up the Porto club out of positions that give access to European competitions. After a streak of 11 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses in 15 games, they would finish the league in third place.

For the following season, he would take the best players from Leiria to Porto, and he quickly identified the players who would form the backbone of his team: Ricardo Carvalho, Costinha, Deco, or Hélder Postiga, among others. To them, we must also add the signing of Ferreira or Maniche, players who accompanied him during other stages of his career.

Thus, in his first full season as coach of Porto, he would achieve, nothing more and nothing less, than his first treble: he won the Portuguese League breaking the record for points achieved to date, with 86 out of a possible 102; with the Portuguese Cup, facing his former team, Leiria; and, finally, the UEFA Cup, beating Celtic Glasgow in Seville. But, the glory had only just begun for the Portuguese team.

In his second full season as technical director of Porto, and despite losing in the Portuguese Cup final against Benfica, he would win the league again with great sufficiency and, above all, he would manage to win the Champions League against all odds, because, obviously, his team was not in the list of favorites. Along the way, he would eliminate an entire Manchester United, Olympique de Lyon and Dépor in the semi-finals; to finally beat Monaco in the final (3-0).

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Porto F.C. 2 Portuguese League (2002-2003 and 2003-2004)
1 UEFA Cup (2002-2003)
1 Champions League (2003-2004)
1 Portuguese Super Cup (2003)
1 Portuguese Cup (2002-2003)

Titles of José Mourinho in Porto

 
 
 
 
 
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Chelsea FC

After having publicly renounced the London club and having publicly preferred Liverpool, he was presented as the new manager of Chelsea in June 2004, where he already began to show his character to the English press, with the following statements: “Please do not call me arrogant, but I’m European champion and I think I’m a special guy. Given this, the Anglo-Saxon media ended up coining a term still present, ‘The Special One’.

After a series of millionaire signings (Tiago, Drogba, Kezman, Ferreira, Carvalho…) in his first season as coach, Blue would end up winning the League Cup and, above all, the Premier League, a trophy that Chelsea had not been able to win for a long time. 50 years old, with a new record for points in the Premier League: 95.

PLEASE DON’T CALL ME ARROGANT, BUT I’M EUROPEAN CHAMPION AND I THINK I’M A SPECIAL GUY.

In his second season, he would go on to clinch the Premier League again, also in quite a formidable fashion; a fact that he could not repeat in his third year, where he continued to win the League Cup and the FA Cup. In this third season, the constant injuries of several of the most important players ended up slowing down the rhythm in the domestic competition.


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Finally, in October 2007, and after a negative run of results, José left the London club, by mutual agreement with the blue board; leaving behind an incredible streak of 64 consecutive games without defeat at home, which only managed to break the Barça of Ronaldinho and Rijkaard in 2006, the year in which the Catalans won their second Champions League.

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Chelsea 2 Premier League (2004-2005, 2005-2006)
1 FA Cup (2006-2007)
1 Community Shield (2005)
2 League Cup (2004-2005, 2006-2007)

Titles of José Mourinho in his first stage at Chelsea

Inter De Milan

After a few months of inactivity, in the summer of 2008, José would end up signing for Inter Milan, whose fans still have great memories today; Well, Mourinho’s stage in Italy would once again be tremendously successful, since in his first season as technical director he would win the Italian Super Cup and Serie A.

However, it would not be José’s best season as interest coach, since in 2009-2010 he won a new treble: Serie A, Italian Cup, and Champions League, eliminating the current champion, Josep’s FC Barcelona. Guardiola, in a semi-final that is still remembered today.

In the first place, because of the defensive exercise carried out by the transalpine team in the second leg, where Samuel Eto’o came to play as right back. The team led by Pep, despite multiple attempts, failed to overcome (1-0) the 3-1 in the first leg, meaning Inter’s passage to the final. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Barça activated the sprinklers on the field so that the Inter Milan players and coach could not celebrate reaching the final, a fact that did not deprive ‘Mou’ of enjoying qualification, with an already iconic celebration. This tie marked the beginning of his particular confrontation with Guardiola, which lasted (and in what way!) during his time as manager of Real Madrid.

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Inter de Milan 2 Serie A (2008-2009 and 2009-2010)
1 Italian Super Cup (2008)
1 Italian Cup (2009-2010)
1 Champions League (2009-2010)

Palmares of José Mourinho as coach of Inter Milan

Real Madrid

He arrived at the White House as the perfect kryptonite to put an end to the hegemony of the ‘ Pep Team ‘ in Spain, after having managed to overthrow a team that until then had been simply unbeatable; with a series of signings that also excited Real Madrid (Özil or Di María, among others). His stage began very positively, since he remained unbeaten for 19 games, until November 29, 2010, where he suffered the painful 5-0 against Barcelona.


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However, the meringues were able to lick their wounds and overcame the Champions League round of 16 barriers, which Real Madrid had not been able to pass for seven years.

They also reached the final of a tournament that had been cursed for Madrid, the Copa del Rey, where the Madrid team would finally break the hard positive streak of Barça, who they beat in the final with a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo’s head But, on the contrary, Pep Guardiola’s team would take their particular revenge, eliminating Madrid a few weeks later in the Champions League semifinals, in a stretch that offered us 4 classics in a row in just a few weeks, experiencing a tremendously hostile environment between both teams.

His second season as manager of Real Madrid would be his most successful. After being defeated in the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona, ​​he managed to win the League again, after three years of drought, where he achieved two important records that still stand today: 100 points and 121 goals. , despite being considered a defensive coach.

The season had a bitter end since Real Madrid was eliminated in the semifinals of the Champions League, in a fateful penalty shootout in the second leg, at the Santiago Bernabéu, against Bayern Munich; were the failures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos from 11 meters condemned the merengue team.

Already in his third and last season as Real Madrid technical director, he won the Spanish Super Cup, once again beating Pep’s Barça; although it would be his worst campaign From him; since in the league he would quickly distance himself from the champion, Barcelona. 

In the Champions League, he would fall in the semi-finals again, this time at the hands of Robert Lewandowski’s Borussia Dortmund, who scored a ‘poker’ in the first leg. In the second leg, Real Madrid won 2-0, but it was not enough.


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Finally, Real Madrid reached the final of the Copa del Rey, where they lost in the final, against their eternal rival, Atlético, at the Santiago Bernabéu, which ended a 14-year streak without being able to beat the whites.

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Real Madrid 1 Spanish League (2011-2012)
1 Copa del Rey (2010-2011)
1 Super Cup (2012)

Palmares of ‘Mou’ as coach of Real Madrid

Chelsea FC (Second Leg)

José Mourinho’s second spell at the helm of Chelsea was much less successful than his first. In his first year of this second stage, he did not get any title, which he did in the second season, where he lifted the Premier League and the League Cup. Finally, at the beginning of the third season, he was dismissed after a bad run of results.

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Chelsea 1 Premier League (2014-2015)
1 League Cup (2014-2015)

Palmarés de Mourinho in the second stage as ‘blue’

Manchester United

José’s arrival at Manchester United, in 2017, marked the beginning of the decline of his career, despite coaching the biggest club in all of England. In the more than two seasons that the Portuguese coached the Red Devilshe could only win one League Cup and the UEFA Europa League, a trophy that is obviously too small for an institution like United.

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Man Utd 1 League Cup (2016-2017)
1 UEFA Europa League (2016-2017)

Titles obtained by José as coach of the Red Devils

The Current Stage of His Career

Currently, and after having managed Tottenham Hotspur for two seasons, in which nothing remarkable happened if we compare it with the rest of his career, he is managing AS Roma, where he has already had some negative encounters with his players, giving clear signs that his career is going downhill.

 
 
 
 
 
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Titles of Jose Mourinho as Manager

After a long career as a coach, these are the titles that José Mourinho has won :

EQUIPMENT TITLES
Porto F.C. 2 Portuguese League (2002-2003 and 2003-2004)
1 UEFA Cup (2002-2003)
1 Champions League (2003-2004)
1 Portuguese Super Cup (2003)
1 Portuguese Cup (2002-2003)
Chelsea 3 Premier League (2004-2005, 2005-2006 and 2014-2015)
1 FA Cup (2006-2007)
1 Community Shield (2005)
3 League Cup (2004-2005, 2006-2007 and 2014-2015)
Inter de Milan 2 Serie A (2008-2009 and 2009-2010)
1 Italian Super Cup (2008)
1 Italian Cup (2009-2010)
1 Champions League (2009-2010)
Real Madrid 1 Spanish League (2011-2012)
1 Copa del Rey (2010-2011)
1 Super Cup (2012)
Man Utd 1 League Cup (2016-2017)
1 UEFA Europa League (2016-2017)
TOTAL 25 TITLES

Jose Mourinho Records

Port

  • Points record of the Portuguese League (86), surpassing the previous mark, with 85 points.
  • First treble in the club’s history, including the Champions League.

Chelsea

  • Record of points in the Premier League (95).
  • Record of consecutive victories in a league starts in the Premier League (9), tied with Tottenham (60-61) and United (85-86).
  • Chelsea’s record for straight wins at Stamford Bridge (11).
  • The highest number of games in a row without losing at home (64).
 
 
 
 
 
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Real Madrid

  • Second coach in the history of Real Madrid to chain more games without losing since his debut (19); behind Fabio Capello (25).
  • Second coach with the most points in the league since his debut with Real Madrid (38), behind Juande Ramos (40).
  • Manager with the most points in his first 17 Spanish league games, together with Pep Guardiola.
  • Third coach with the most points won in his first 31 league games with Madrid.
  • The only coach to win the country cup in four different places (Portugal, Spain, England, and Italy).
  • Second coach in the history of football who won titles in Spain, England, and Italy after Rafa Benítez.
  • Third coach with the most points won in his first 33 games in the League.
  • Second coach with the most points in his first 38 league games with Madrid.
  • Together with Sir Alex Ferguson, the coach who has played in the Champions League semi-finals the most times (7).
  • Best numbers for a Real Madrid coach after his first 100 league games (76 wins, 13 draws, and 11 losses).
  • Record of points in the Spanish league: 100.
  • Record of goals in the same season in the Spanish league: 121.

AS Rome

  • Reach 1,000 games managed as a professional manager.

This is the trajectory of José Mourinho during his almost 20 years as a top professional coach. Are you one of those who love his style or one of those who hate the character that he sometimes represents?

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