When was Mourinho at Real Madrid?

When was Mourinho at Real Madrid?

ANGEL DI MARIA has revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo got into a fight with Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid after the Portuguese coach labelled him lazy. Mourinho coached Ronaldo at the Bernabeu between 2010 and 2013.

Was Mourinho successful at Real Madrid?

The Portuguese is one of the most successful coaches of his generation, having enjoyed success in two spells with Chelsea, as well as Porto, Inter Milan and Manchester United. Mourinho also had a three-year spell at Real Madrid, where he helped the team to one La Liga title and one Copa del Rey.

What did Real Madrid win under Mourinho?

La Liga
Mourinho then moved to Real Madrid, where he won La Liga in 2011–12 with a record points tally, becoming the fifth coach to have won league titles in four countries. He also won a Copa del Rey and a Supercopa de España.

When did Mourinho join Spurs?

November 2019
Jose Mourinho has been sacked as manager of English football club Tottenham Hotspur. The former Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid boss was appointed as Spurs manager in November 2019, taking over from Mauricio Pochettino.

Did Jose win UCL with Real Madrid?

What trophies did Mourinho win at Real Madrid? He lifted the Copa del Rey in his debut season with Los Blancos, though it was his only piece of silverware as Barcelona lifted both La Liga and the Champions League.

Why did Jose Mourinho leave Real Madrid?

JOSE MOURINHO has claimed he left Real Madrid because he was unhappy at the Bernabeu and suggested talk of a move to Barcelona in 2008 was true. “It was my decision, my daughter wanted to stay at the University of London and I thought it was the right moment to leave,” Mourinho told French TV station telefoot.

How many trophies did Jose Mourinho won at Manchester United?

25 and a half
Age 18+. T&Cs apply. Jose Mourinho insists he has won 25 and a half trophies in his managerial career. The former Manchester United and Tottenham boss has a glittering trophy case, with 25 league titles and cups to his name.