Jose Mourinho returned to former club Chelsea in June 2013 after signing a four-year deal. The charismatic coach is permanently in the spotlight due to his controversial nature and clear passion for the beatutiful game, and has continued to light up the Premier League once again, despite failing to win any silverware during the 2013/14 campaign.
Mourinho has won a plethora of trophies in the last ten years which has made him one of the best managers in football. With Porto he won two Primeira Ligas, a couple of domestic cups as well as the Champions League and UEFA Cup. Porto's surprise Champions League win in 2004 was notably a fantastic achievement.
With Chelsea Mourinho won back-to-back Premier League crowns as well as an FA Cup, two League Cups and a Community Shield. Mourinho was a huge success in England and is widely expected to return some time in the future.
Mourinho continued his success in Italy with Inter Milan winning Serie A and the Suppercoppa Italiana in his first season in charge. The 2009/10 season was even better when he guided Inter to an unprecedented league, cup and Champions League treble.
Mourinho won the Copa del Rey in his first season at Real Madrid, followed by the La Liga title in 2011/12. He left the Spanish giants at the end of the 2012/13 campaign and is now in his second spell in charge of former club Chelsea.