Jose Mourinho Returned To Porto In 2002 As Head Coach Winning The Primeira

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He is commonly known as “The Special One”. He remained at the Catalonian club after Robson’s departure and worked with his successor Louis van Gaal. He returned to Porto in 2002 as head coach, winning the Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal, and UEFA Cup in 2003. in 2004 Mourinho guided the team to the top of the league for a second time and won the highest honour in European club football, the UEFA Champions League. Within three months he had won his first Italian honour, the Supercoppa Italiana, and completed the season by winning the Serie A league title. His father played football professionally for Os Belenenses and Vitória de Setúbal, earning one cap for Portugal in the course of his career.
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There he worked with him at Sporting Clube de Portugal and Porto in Portugal, before following him to Spanish club Barcelona. He remained in the Catalonian club after Robson’s departure and worked with the successor, Louis van Gaal. The fall of António de Oliveira Salazar’s Estado Novo regime in April 1974, however, led to the family losing all but a single property in nearby Palmela. He taught physical education at various schools and after five years, he had earned his diploma, receiving consistently good marks throughout the course. After leaving his job as a school coach, Mourinho looked for paths into professional management in his hometown and became youth team coach at Vitória de Setúbal in the early 1990s. Working his way up the ladder, he accepted the position of assistant manager at Estrela da Amadora, then was the assistant manager of Ovarense. Initially a step away from management, Mourinho began discussing tactics and coaching with Robson in his interpreting role.

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José Mário dos Santos Félix Mourinho (Portuguese pronunciation: ; born 26 January 1963 in Setúbal) is a Portuguese football manager and the current manager of Real Madrid. He has the nickname “The Special One”. After spells working as an assistant manager and a youth team coach in the early 1990s, he became an interpreter for Sir Bobby Robson. There he worked with him at Sporting Clube de Portugal and Porto in Portugal, before following him to Spanish club Barcelona. He began focusing on coaching and impressed with brief but successful managerial periods at Benfica and União de Leiria. Graduating to the senior level, he played at Rio Ave (where his father was coach), Belenenses, and Sesimbra, but it became evident that he would not excel as a professional due to a lack of the requisite pace and power.

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