The Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho, who is currently managing the Premier League giant Manchester United since 2016 sees himself as an icon at Porto, Chelsea, Inter and Real Madrid and has every intention of holding a similar standing at the Manchester United.
The Portuguese man Jose Mourinho believes himself as a legend in his clubs and it’s true that the 54-year-old Portuguese has enjoyed success throughout a distinguished coaching career, with an enviable haul of silverware collected at some of the world’s biggest clubs.
As Jose Mourinho’s early success at Porto including a Champions League triumph earned him a move to Chelsea, where he delivered Premier League and domestic cup triumphs and then he moved to the Italia Serei A giant Internazionale, where he helped the club to win a Serie A title, Coppa Italia and Champions League treble before moving to Spain to guide the Spanish giant Real Madrid to break FC Barcelona’s dominance in La Liga title.
And after spending some great years in Spain Mourinho again returned back to Premier League with a Chelsea return, where he delivered an another English top-flight title.
And now looking forward to win titles at Manchester United to earn his similar status at Old Trafford.
As in a recent interview the Portuguese man Jose Mourinho said, “I am a legend in my clubs. I am a legend in Porto, in Inter, in Chelsea. I belong to their history really, really high.
“In Real Madrid I belong to their history. Manchester United I belong to the history because I have a picture in one room where all the managers are. But I won a Community Shield and nothing else.
“I think I am working really hard, harder than ever. But the reality is that the history is made by the numbers. It is made by the number of trophies.
“My history as a manager is made by 23 trophies. It is not made by second, fifth, lost a cup, lost the final. The history is made by victories.
“In another three competitions we can win – we are there.”
“We have a 50 per cent chance of winning the League Cup. We are in the last 16 of the FA Cup and last 32 of the Europa League.”