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José Mourinho
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Personal information
Full name José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix
Date of birth 26 January 1963 (1963-01-26) (age 58)
Place of birth    Setúbal, Flag of Portugal Portugal
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Central midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Roma (manager)
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1980–1982
1982–1983
1983–1985
1985–1987
Total
Flag of Portugal Rio Ave
Flag of Portugal Belenenses
Flag of Portugal Sesimbra
Flag of Portugal Comércio e Indústria
016 00(2)
016 00(2)
035 00(1)
027 00(8)
094 0(13)   
Teams managed
1992-1993
1993–1996
1996–2000
2000
2001–2002
2002-2004
2004-2007
2008-2010
2010-2013
2013-2015
2016–2018
2019–2021
2021–
Flag of Portugal Sporting CP (assistant manager)
Flag of Portugal Porto (assistant manager)
Flag of Spain Barcelona (assistant manager)
Flag of Portugal Benfica
Flag of Portugal União de Leiria
Flag of Portugal Porto
Flag of England Chelsea
Flag of Italy Internazionale
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of England Chelsea
Flag of England Manchester United
Flag of England Tottenham Hotspur
Flag of Italy Roma

José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix, GOIH (born 26 January 1963), is a Portuguese professional football manager and former player who is set to become the head coach of Serie A club Roma from the 2021–22 season. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest managers of all time, and is one of the most decorated managers ever.

He is regarded by a number of players, coaches, and commentators as one of the greatest and most successful managers in the world. In 2015 Mourinho was named the best Portuguese coach of the century by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). Mourinho began his involvement in professional football as a player in the Portuguese Second Division. He studied sports science in Technical University of Lisbon and attended coaching courses in Britain. In Lisbon, he worked as a physical education teacher and had spells working as a youth team coach, a scout, and an assistant manager. In the early 1990s, he became an interpreter for Sir Bobby Robson at Sporting CP and Porto in Portugal, and Barcelona in Spain. He remained at the Catalonian club working with Robson's successor Louis van Gaal.

Honours

Club

Managerial

In ten seasons of club management, Mourinho has led his club to win its domestic league seven times, the UEFA Champions League twice and the UEFA Cup once. Between 2003 and 2012, Mourinho did not go a single calendar year without winning at least one trophy.

Porto (2002–2004)
Chelsea (2004–2007, 2013–)
Internazionale (2008–2010)
Real Madrid (2010–2013)

Manchester United (2016-2018)

Individual

  • Onze d'Or Coach of the Year (2): 2005, 2010
  • FIFA World Coach of the Year (1): 2010
  • IFFHS World's Best Club Coach (4): 2004, 2005, 2010, 2012
  • Primeira Liga Manager of the Year (2): 2002–03, 2003–04
  • Premier League Manager of the Year (2): 2004–05, 2005–06
  • Premier League Manager of the Month (3): November 2004, January 2005, March 2007
  • Serie A Manager of the Year (2): 2008–09, 2009–10
  • Albo Panchina d'Oro (1): 2009–10
  • Miguel Muñoz Trophy (2): 2010–11, 2011–12
  • UEFA Manager of the Year (2): 2002–03, 2003–04
  • UEFA Team of the Year (4): 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010
  • World Soccer Magazine World Manager of the Year (3): 2004, 2005, 2010
  • LPFP Awards Best Portuguese Manager in Foreign Countries (2): 2008–09, 2009–10
  • BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award (1): 2005
  • La Gazzetta dello Sport Man of the Year (1): 2010
  • International Sports Press Association Best Manager in the World (1): 2010
  • Prémio Prestígio Fernando Soromenho (1): 2012
  • Football Extravaganza's League of Legends (2011)

Others

  • Grand Officer of the Order of Infante Dom Henrique
  • Doctor Honoris causa – for his accomplishments in football from Lisbon Technical University

External links

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A.S. Roma squad - 2021–22

1 Olsen · 2 Karsdorp · 4 Cristante · 5 Jesus · 7 Pellegrini · 8 Perotti · 9 Džeko · 11 Kolarov · 14 Schick · 15 Marcano · 16 De Rossi (c) · 17 Ünder · 18 Santon · 19 Ćorić · 20 Fazio · 22 Zaniolo · 24 Florenzi · 27 Pastore · 34 Kluivert · 42 Nzonzi · 44 Manolas · 60 Celar · 63 Fuzato · 77 Greco · 83 Mirante · 92 El Shaarawy ·

Current Serie A managers

Gasperini (Atalanta) · Mihajlović (Bologna) · Semplici (Cagliari) · Dionisi (Empoli) · Gattuso (Fiorentina) · Ballardini (Genoa) · Vacant (Hellas Verona) · Inzaghi (Internazionale) · Allegri (Juventus) · Vacant (Lazio) · Pioli (Milan) · Spalletti (Napoli) · Mourinho (Roma) · Castori (Salernitana) · Vacant (Sampdoria) · Vacant (Sassuolo) · Italiano (Spezia) · Jurić (Torino) · Gotti (Udinese) · Zanetti (Venezia)

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Chelsea Football Club - Managers

Robertson (1905–06) • Lewis (1906–07i) • Calderhead (1907–33) • Knighton (1933–39) • Birrell (1939–52) • Drake (1952–61) • Docherty (1961–67) • Sexton (1967–74) • Suart (1974–75) • McCreadie (1975–77) • Shellito (1977–78) • Blanchflower (1978–79) • Hurst (1979–81) • Gould (1981c) • Neal (1981–85) • Hollins (1985–88) • Campbell (1988–91) • Porterfield (1991–93) • Webb (1993i) • Hoddle (1993–96) • Gullit (1996–98) • Vialli (1998–2000) • Rix & Wilkins (2000c) • Ranieri (2000–04) • Mourinho (2004–07) • Grant (2007–08) • Scolari (2008–09) • Wilkins (2009c) • Hiddink (2009i) • Ancelotti (2009–11) • Villas-Boas (2011–12) • Di Matteo (2012) • Benítez (2012–13) • Mourinho (2013–15) • Holland (2015c) • Hiddink (2015–16i) • Conte (2016–18) • Sarri (2018–19) • Lampard (2019–21) • Tuchel (2021–)

Inter Milan - Managers

Fossati (1909–15) • Resegotti (1920–22) • Spottiswood (1922–24) • Scheidler (1924–26) • Weisz (1926–28) • Viola (1928–29) • Weisz (1929–31) • Tóth (1931–32) • Weisz (1932–34) • Feldmann (1934–36) • Carraro (1936) • Castellazzi (1936–38) • Cargnelli (1938–40) • Peruchetti (1940) • Zamberletti (1941) • Fiorentini (1941–42) • Ferrari (1942–45) • Carcano (1945–46) • Nutrizio (1946) • Meazza (1947–48) • Carcano (1948) • Astley (1948) • Cappelli (1949–50) • Olivieri (1950–52) • Foni (1952–55) • Campatelli (1955) • Meazza (1955–56) • Frossi (1956) • Ferrero (1957) • Meazza (1957) • Carver (1957–58) • Bigogno (1958) • Campatelli (1959–60) • Achilli (1960) • Cappelli (1960) • Hel. Herrera (1960–68) • Foni (1968–69) • Her. Herrera (1969–70) • Invernizzi (1970–73) • Masiero (1973) • Hel. Herrera (1973) • Masiero (1974) • Suárez (1974–75) • Chiappella (1976–77) • Bersellini (1977–82) • Marchesi (1982–83) • Radice (1983–84) • Castagner (1984–85) • Corso (1985–86) • Trapattoni (1986–91) • Orrico (1991–92) • Suárez (1992) • Bagnoli (1992–94) • Marini (1994) • Bianchi (1994–95) • Suárez (1995) • Hodgson (1995–97) • Castellini (1997) • Simoni (1997–98) • Lucescu (1998–99) • Castellini (1999) • Hodgson (1999) • Lippi (1999–2000) • Tardelli (2000–01) • Cúper (2001–03) • Verdelli (2003) • Zaccheroni (2003–04) • Mancini (2004–08) • Mourinho (2008–10) • Benítez (2010) • Leonardo (2010–11) • Gasperini (2011) • Ranieri (2011–12) • Stramaccioni (2012–13) • Mazzarri (2013–14) • Mancini (2014–16) • de Boer (2016) • Vecchic (2016–)

Real Madrid C.F. managers

Johnson 1910 to 20 • De Cárcer 1920 to 26 • Llorente 1926 to 27 • Bernabéu 1926 to 27 • Berraondo 1927 to 29 • Quirante 1929 to 30 • Hertzka 1930 to 32 • Firth 1932 to 1934 • Bru 1934 to 41 • Armet 1941 to 43 • Encinas 1943 to 45 • Quincoces 1945 to 46 • Albéniz 1946 to 47 • Quincoces 1947 to 48 • Keeping 1948 to 50 • Albéniz 1950 to 51 • Scarone 1951 to 52 • Ipiña 1952 to 53 • Fernández 1953 to 54 • Villalonga 1954 to 57 • Carniglia 1957 to 59 • Muñoz 1959 • Carniglia 1959 • Fleitas Solich 1959 to 60 • Muñoz 1960 to 74 • Molowny 1974 • Miljanić 1974 to 77 • Molowny 1977 to 79 • Boškov 1979 to 82 • Molowny 1982 • Di Stéfano 1982 to 84 • Amancio 1984 to 85 • Molowny 1985 to 86 • Beenhakker 1986 to 89 • Toshack 1989 to 90 • Di Stéfano 1990 to 91 • Antić 1991 to 92 • Beenhakker 1992 • Floro 1992 to 94 • Del Bosque 1994 • Valdano 1994 to 96 • Iglesias 1996 • Del Bosque 1996 • Capello 1996 to 97 • Heynckes 1997 to 98 • Hiddink 1998 to 99 • Toshack 1999 • Del Bosque 1999 to 2003 • Queiroz 2003 to 04 • Camacho 2004 • García Remón 2004 • Luxemburgo 2004 to 05 • López Caro 2005 to 06 • Capello 2006 to 07 • Schuster 2007 to 08 • Ramos 2008 to 09 • Pellegrini 2009 to 10 • Mourinho 2010 to 13 • Ancelotti 2013 to 15 • Benítez 2015 to 16 • Zidane 2016–2018 • Lopetegui 2018 • Solari 2018–2019 • Zidane 2019–2021 • Ancelotti 2021–

Manchester United Football Club - Managers

Albuts (1892–1900) • Wests (1900–03) • Mangnalls (1903–12) • Bentleys (1912–14) • Robson (1914–21) • Chapman (1921–26) • Hilditchp (1926–27) • Bamlett (1927–31) • Crickmer (1931–32) • Duncan (1932–37) • Crickmer (1937–45) • Busby (1945–69) • Murphyc (1958) • McGuinness (1969–70) • Busby (1970–71) • O'Farrell (1971–72) • Docherty (1972–77) • Sexton (1977–81) • Atkinson (1981–86) • Ferguson (1986–2013) • Moyes (2013–14) • Giggsp c (2014) • Van Gaal (2014–2016) • Mourinho (2016–2018) • Solskjærc (2018–2019) • Solskjær (2019–)

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club - Managers

Brettell (1898–99) • Cameron (1899–1907) • Kirkham (1907–08) • Turner (1908–12s) • McWilliam (1913–27) • Minter (1927–30) • Smith (1930–35) • Hardinge (1935c) • Tresadern (1935–38) • McWilliam (1938–42) • Turner (1942–46) • Hulme (1946–49) • Rowe (1949–55) • Anderson (1955–58) • Nicholson (1958–74) • Neill (1974–76) • Burkinshaw (1976–84) • Shreeves (1984–86) • Pleat (1986–87) • Hartley & Livermore (1987c) • Venables (1987–91) • Shreeves (1991–92) • Livermore & Clemence (1992–93) • Ardiles (1993–94) • Perryman (1994c) • Francis (1994–97) • Hughton (1997c) • Gross (1997–98) • Pleat (1998c) • Graham (1998–2001) • Pleat (2001c) • Hoddle (2001–03) • Pleat (2003–04c) • Santini (2004) • Jol (2004–07) • Allen (2007c) • Ramos (2007–08) • Redknapp (2008–12) • Villas-Boas (2012–13) • Sherwood (2013–14) • Pochettino (2014–19) • Mourinho (2019–21) Mason (2021c–)

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