Jose Mourinho – Real Madrid’s Only Hope

After a series of bad performances and games lost, Real Madrid desperately needed a new coach who could change the game of the team and bring them wins. There could no one better than Jose Mourinho to take over this volatile position. His self-defined confident arrogance leaves him standing as the perfect man for the hot seat. Over the years Real has witnessed a succession of managers come and go. Now the biggest question is, will Mourinho be able to bring something new and exciting to one of the most storied soccer clubs in the world.

José Mário dos Santos Félix Mourinho has been credited for the Porto win in the domestic league for two consecutive years, along with the UEFA cup in 2003 and the UEFA champions league in 2004. Before that he won the Barclays premier league with Chelsea in 2005 & 2006; the series A with Internazionale in 2008 and the treble for Internazionale in 2009. With such record, there could be no one better that the club’s president, Florentino Pérez could have chosen.

Mourinho is known as someone to pin on your wall, an idol for the football worls. And because he is different, everything about the present Real Madrid is different too. For the first time, the superstar is on the bench. Mesut Ozil claims he joined Madrid to work with “the best coach in the world”. No one ever said that about Juan Ramón López Caro.

Real Madrid has been disappointing with their performance. The ‘biggest club of all’, as they call themselves, are not a big club at all. They went three years without a trophy of any kind and, despite spending €258m (£212m), they were left empty-handed. Meanwhile, Mourinho achieved with Internazionale what Madrid so desperately want to achieve: he won the European Cup and he defeated Barcelona. Read More!


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