In pictures: Mourinho’s managerial career Jose Mourinho is back in management after replacing Mauricio Pochettino as Tottenham head coach. Here, we take a look at his managerial career in pictures. Jose Mourinho’s Porto beat Celtic to win the UEFA Cup in 2003 (Maurice McDonald/PA) Mourinho celebrates as Porto stun Manchester United in the 2004 Champions League at Old Trafford (Martin Rickett/PA) After Porto’s shock Champions League success, Jose Mourinho was named the new Chelsea boss in 2004 (Andrew Parsons/PA) Mourinho holds up his first silverware as Chelsea boss following a Carling Cup final win over Liverpool (Rebecca Naden/PA) Mourinho’s first season ends with Chelsea lifting their first league title in 50 years (Rebecca Naden/PA) Chelsea retained the title the following season (Sean Dempsey/PA) Mourinho tries to keep the peace during Chelsea’s League Cup final win over Arsenal in 2007 (Nick Potts/PA) European success continued to elude Mourinho at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea lose to Liverpool in the Champions League semi-finals (Nick Potts/PA) Mourinho tells Chelsea fans to keep their chins up after missing out on the Premier League title to Manchester United (Sean Dempsey/PA) But Mourinho responds by leading his side to FA Cup success over Manchester United (Martin Rickett/PA) Mourinho left Chelsea by mutual consent in September 2007 (Andrew Stuart/PA) Mourinho heads to Inter Milan where, in his second season, a Champions League final win over Bayern Munich secures the treble (Martin Rickett/PA) A spell at Real Madrid included a LaLiga title and a win over Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson’s last Champions League tie (Martin Rickett/PA) After departing Madrid, Mourinho returned to Chelsea (John Walton/PA) During a trophyless season, Mourinho gave a reminder of his tactical skills with a 2-0 win at Anfield that cost Liverpool the Premier League title (Peter Byrne/PA) Mourinho led Chelsea to League Cup success in 2015 (Nick Potts/PA) Chelsea made it a double by winning the Premier League (Daniel Hambury/PA) After a miserable start to the season, Mourinho was sacked in December 2015 (Steve Parsons/PA) Mourinho was hired as Manchester United’s manager in May 2016 (Tim Goode/PA) Silverware soon followed as United won the 2017 EFL Cup (Nick Potts/PA) United won the Europa League as well in 2017, but it would prove the last trophy of Mourinho’s spell (Nick Potts/PA) Mourinho’s United finished a distant second to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City in the 2017-18 Premier League (Martin Rickett/PA) Mourinho consoles his players after losing the 2018 FA Cup final to Chelsea (David Davies/PA) Mourinho had a reported fallout with Paul Pogba (Martin Rickett/PA) Mourinho was sacked after a Premier League defeat at Liverpool (Peter Byrne/PA) Liked the article? Help us fight click-bait content:TweetWhatsAppPocketMore Football Paradise Staff Reporter Serving quality football news from around the globe. No click-bait.