Interpreter at Barcelona under Bobby Robson, Jose Mourinho won the Champions League with Porto in 2004 before moving to Chelsea, where he infamously declared himself the Special One. Three years at Stamford Bridge brought five trophies, but in 2007 he was robbed. He moved to Inter Milan where he won the treble in 2010, earning himself a move to Real Madrid in the process. After three years at the Bernabeu, it was announced that Chelsea would return in the summer of 2013 after six years. He won the Premier League in 2015 but was sacked just months later when the Blues finished 16th in the table in December. He returned to management on 27 May 2016, signing a three-year contract to become Manchester United boss, but only lasted two and a half years before it was terminated. In November 2019, he was appointed manager of Tottenham Hotspur.