José Mourinho meets Inter for the first time in his career today and the trophies he’s won over the last decade suggest his career has gone downhill since leaving the Nerazzurri.
The Portuguese coach will forever have a special place in the hearts of every Inter fan.
Mourinho won five trophies during his two-year spell at the club, including the Treble in the 2009-10 campaign.
His former defender Marco Materazzi assures Mourinho hasn’t changed since, but the trophies he won in the last ten years may suggest he is no longer the same coach he used to be.
Mourinho signed with Real Madrid after the Champions League Final won against Bayern Munich at the Estadio Bernabeu and has won eight trophies in the last ten years.
He finished trophyless in 2013-14 and 2015-16 and hasn’t won a piece of silverware since 2017.
The most important titles he won since he left Inter are the La Liga title in 2011-12 (with Real Madrid), the 2014-15 Premier League with Chelsea and the Europa League in 2016-17 with Manchester United.
However, Real Madrid President Florentino Perez hired Mourinho to win the Decima – the tenth Champions League in the club’s history – which the La Liga giants raised with Carlo Ancelotti in the dug-out in 2013-14.
Mourinho won the Europa League, the Community Shield and the League Cup in his first season at Old Trafford but finished sixth in the Premier League.
He was sacked in December 2018 and hired by Tottenham in November 2019. He spent less than a year and a half in North London, failing to win any trophy.
In the summer, Mourinho signed a three-year deal with Roma, but the Giallorossi are not involved in the race for the Scudetto. The Giallorossi are among the contenders for a Champions League spot and sit six points behind fourth-placed Atalanta.