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Factfile on Jose Mourinho

2018-12-18 17:13
Jose Mourinho
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London - Factfile on Jose Mourinho who on Tuesday was sacked as the manager of Manchester United.

Name: Jose Mourinho

Birth date: 26/01/1963

Birth place: Setubal, Portugal

Nationality: Portuguese

Coaching career

Sporting Portugal (POR) 1992-1994*, FC Porto (POR) 1994-1996*, FC Barcelona (ESP) 1996-2000**, Benfica (POR) 2000-2001, Uniao Leiria (POR) 2001-2002, FC Porto (POR) Jan 2002-2004), Chelsea (ENG) 2004-Sept 2007, Inter Milan (ITA) 2008-2010), Real Madrid (ESP) 2010-2013, Chelsea (2013-Dec 2015), Manchester United (ENG) 2016-Dec 2018

* deputy to Bobby Robson

** deputy to Robson for first season (until 1997) then deputy to Louis van Gaal (until 2000)

Coaching honours:

With FC Porto: Portuguese champions 2003, 2004; Portuguese Cup 2003, UEFA Cup (2003), Champions League 2004

With Chelsea (first spell as manager): English champions 2005, 2006, FA Cup 2007, League Cup 2005, 2007

With Inter Milan: Italian champions 2009, 2010, Italian Cup 2010, Champions League 2010

With Real Madrid: Spanish champions 2012. Copa del Rey Cup 2011

With Chelsea (2nd spell): English champions 2015, League Cup 2015

With Manchester United: Europa League 2017, League Cup 2017

 

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