Cape Town - Jose
Mourinho claims he is awful at choosing jobs, after taking charge of
Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United when they were all in
The 54-year-old announced himself to the world in 2004 when he guided
FC Porto to the Champions League title, which earned him a move to the
Premier League with Chelsea.
Mourinho turned the Blues into a dominant force in England before
heading to Italy with Inter, where he won Europe's elite club
competition again as part of a historic treble in 2010.
'The Special One' then took over at Real and led them to a first La
Liga title for four years in 2012, followed by more success at Stamford
Bridge and Old Trafford.
Mourinho etched his name into United folklore by winning the EFL Cup
and the Europa League in his first season at the helm - the first
manager in the club's history to do so.
But he told Portuguese newspaper Expresso: "I'm terrible at picking teams. I always choose teams, as they say in England, in big trouble.
"Inter was in big trouble, Real Madrid was in big trouble, Manchester United in big trouble, that is, always in big trouble."