There has been a lot of talk about Jose Mourinho since he left his Real Madrid post to once again become the manager of Chelsea.
Although The Portuguese manager has made quite the impressive resume for himself there are still doubts about his credentials.
Mourinho has taken Porto to the top of the Portuguese League twice in a row, as well as consecutively winning the Uefa Cup and Uefa Champions League in his time with them. Mourinho also gave Chelsea their first English League title in 50 years when he joined them in 2004 and went on to take the club to two consecutive titles, his first of which was with a record 95 points, along with winning domestic cups with them as well.
When he joined Inter Milan in 2008, he made more magic when he took the Italian side to the first treble in the history of Italian Football winning the Copa Italia, Serie A and once again the biggest prize in Club Football, the UEFA Champions League.
In 2010 he signed with Real Madrid, where he won the Copa Del Rey, before taking them to the Spanish League title the following season.
After he achieved this, he became only the fourth coach to win League Titles in at least four different countries. Only himself, Tomislav Ivic, Ernst Happel, and Giovani Trapattoni have done this.
You would think that after achieving all that he has against some of the biggest clubs in the world, you would gain some respect. Apparently not! There are many who think that he was a fantastic choice for the Blues, like myself, and believe that Chelsea fans are to look forward to an exciting season.
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