All Mourinho teams and titles

José Mourinho will live in Roma as of next season his second stage in Italian football, in which he managed Inter between 2008 and 2010. In his second year Mou won the treble, Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia as manager negriazul , just before leaving for Real Madrid. Roma’s announcement caught most by surprise.

Mourinho, who Tottenham fired on April 19, has a job again: he will coach a Roma that has not won a title since 2007-08 (the Coppa Italia). She is currently 7th in Serie A and on Thursday she faces the semi-final return of the Europa League at the Olímpico against Manchester United (who won 6-1 at Old Trafford in the first leg).

Benfica (2000)

It was his first team as head coach and he only spent a few months in the position. In September 2000 Mourinho relieved Jupp Heynckes, of which he was assistant, but the Portuguese resigned on December 5 after the club denied him the renewal.

Uniao Leiria (2001-02)

In July 2001 he signed for Uniao Leiría, which he classified 4th in the Portuguese League and made the leap to Porto.

Porto (2002-04)

Won in 2 seasons: 2 Portuguese leagues (2002–03 and 2003–04)

1 Portuguese Cup (2002-03)

1 Portuguese Super Cup (2003)

1 Champions League (2003-04)

1 UEFA Cup (2002-03)

Chelsea (2004-07 and 2013-15)

In his 2 stages as a ‘blue’ coach he achieved:

3 Premier Leagues (2004-05, 2005-06, 2014-15)

1 FA Cup (2006–07)

3 League Cups (2004-05, 2006-07, 2014-15)

1 Community Shield (2005)

Inter (2008-10)

In 2 seasons at the helm of Inter he won:

2 Serie A (2008-09, 2009-10)

1 Coppa Italia (2009-10)

1 Italian Super Cup (2008)

1 Champions League: (2009-10)

Real Madrid (2010-13)

There were 3 seasons in which he managed Real Madrid, with 3 titles won:

1 LaLiga (2011-12)

1 King’s Cup (2010-11)

1 Spanish Super Cup (2012)

Manchester United (2016-18)

As United manager he achieved:

1 League Cup (2016-17)

1 FA Community Shield (2016)

1 Europa League (2016–17)

Tottenham (2019-21)

Mourinho arrived at Tottenham on November 20, 2019 as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino and was dismissed on April 19, 2021, when he took over the team as interim Ryan Mason. The Portuguese did not get any title as a Tottenham coach.

Rome (2021-?)

This coming summer Mourinho will start a new chapter in his career by relieving compatriot Paulo Fonseca on the Roma bench, whose last title was the 2007-08 Coppa Italia.