Mourinho is one of the greatest Coaches of all time and is admired by his coaching talent. To know more about the biography of Mourinho, the readers will update the related information below.
1. Career as a player
After many transfers to different football teams, he realized that he could not become a good player, when he really did not have the ability, which is why he officially made the decision of hanging shoes after 94 matches for 4 different teams at the age of 24, from which he went to school to become a good Trainer.
2. Career as a Coach
After a period of time as an interpreter for coach Sir Bobby Robson, in 2000 the opportunity came to José Mourinho to become a top coach. He was appointed coach of Benfica and replaced Jupp Heynkes, but at the time he was not a big name in the coaching world, the newly elected president wanted his team to be led by one. The coach was more famous, so he resigned from his position shortly before being fired.
In Mourinho’s profile in 2001, he found a new job at the União de Leiria Club. With only seven matches, the club achieved the highest position in history in the fifth position in the 2000-2001 season.
With this great achievement, Mourinho was paid attention to by many big clubs, including FC Porto. This was where Mourinho’s career gradually developed rapidly, along with many domestic and European titles. Most notably in the Champions League in 2003-2004, in 2004, Mourinho began to set foot in the foggy country, directly as a coach for FC Chelsea.
Accordingly, he helped this club to break MU’s domination, with 2 consecutive titles to win the championship and a number of other titles. In 2008, he moved to Inter Milan after waiting conflict with Chelsea president. When leading the club, he helped the team win a historic treble in 2009-2010.
After these achievements, he moved to become a coach for Real. Here his achievements were not impressive, because then his opponent was Bacelona. But Mourinho also helped the club to win four titles before being fired in 2012-2013, and in 2016, Mourinho was appointed Manchester United manager.
Despite helping the club win three titles in the Cup, C1 and C2 season, the end of the table in the domestic league led him to be fired by the host club in 2018. We can see that all the clubs he leads are world-renowned teams, thereby confirming Mourinho’s talent.