Regarded as the best for his stint with Real Madrid, Jose Mourinho holds the third place in the most successful football managers of all-time list. After a brief career in professional football, Mourinho started his coaching journey as an assistant manager of Porto in 1994. Since then, he managed several great clubs such as Chelsea, Inter Milan, and Real Madrid. He last coached the English Premier League side Manchester United from 2016 to 2018. As an interesting fact, he achieved at least one trophy each year between 2003 and 2012.
Trophies: With Chelsea, Mourinho won the Premier League and the Football League Cup thrice each. With Inter Milan, he achieved the Serie A title thrice and also held the UEFA Champions League trophy in 2010. Under his guidance, Real Madrid won the Copa del Rey in 2011, and La Liga and Supercopa de España in 2012. With Manchester United as of 2018, he won the FA Community Shield in 2016, and the UEFA Europa League and the EFL Cup in 2017.
Awards: Portuguese Football Federation named him as the Portuguese Coach of the Century in 2015. He became the IFFHS World’s Best Club Coach four times and FIFA World Coach of the Year once. Mourinho became the Premier League Manager of the Year on three occasions. Besides, he also received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award in 2005. European Federation included him on their 10 Greatest Coaches of the UEFA era ranking. At the Onze d’Or ceremony in 2005, Mourinho received the Coach of the Year award.