Mourinho is highly regarded as one of the best tacticians of this generation due to his exploits in the top flight leagues in Portugal, Italy, Spain and England.
He rose to fame after guiding FC Porto to their second Champions League trophy in their history against the odds in the 2003/2004 season.
Mourinho joined Chelsea in the summer of 2004 and quickly turned the Blues into one of the top guns of European football and ended their 50-year wait for the league title in his first season.
After his three-year stay in West London, Mourinho enhanced his reputation as the best coach in the world in the Serie A when he led Inter Milan to win the treble in the 2009/2010 season.
Mourinho was drafted in to replace Manuel Pellegrini at Real Madrid before the beginning of the 2010/2011 season in an attempt to bring an end to Barcelona’s dominance.
The Portuguese won the Copa del Rey in his first season and La Liga in his second season and despite failing to win the Champions League at the Santiago Bernabeu, Mourinho returned success back to Madrid.
He returned to Chelsea in 2013 to once again end their five-year wait for the Premier League title in the 2014/2015 season.
Things have not been the same for Mourinho since getting sacked at Stamford Bridge in December 2015.
Mourinho spent two-and-a-half years as Manchester United head coach and won the Europa League and League Cup, but that was not enough to save his job.
Now at Tottenham Hotspur, Mourinho is enduring a torrid time in his first full season, and many have suggested that, club chairman Daniel Levy should sack the 58-year-old.
In a recent QA, this is what Mourinho said: “I don’t think anybody is going to discuss rocket science with the guys from NASA, with everybody around the world.
“They think they can discuss football with one of the most important managers in the game. That’s the beauty of football. I got used to it. I appreciate that. So that’s fine for me.”