Mourinho by numbers: The wins, the defeats, the signings…

Date published: Friday 22nd November 2019 6:52

In case you’d not heard, Jose Mourinho replaced Mauricio Pochettino this week.

Here are the numbers behind the new Tottenham manager’s trophy-laden managerial career…

 

Man Utd
144 games, 1.97 ppg, win percentage: 58.3%
W84 D32 L28
May 24, 2016 – December 18, 2018
Days in charge: 900

Chelsea (2nd spell)
136 games, 1.96 ppg, win percentage: 58.8%
W80 D29 L27
June 3, 2013 – December 17, 2015
Days in charge: 899

Real Madrid
178 games, 2.3 ppg, win percentage: 71.9%
W128 D28 L22
May 31, 2010 – June 30, 2013
Days in charge: 1126

Inter
108 games, 2.12 ppg, win percentage: 62%
W67 D26 L15
June 2, 2008 – May 30, 2010
Days in charge: 727

Chelsea (1st spell)
185 games, 2.23 ppg, win percentage: 67%
W124 D40 L21
July 1, 2004 – September 20, 2007
Days in charge: 1176

Porto
127 games, 2.17 ppg, win percentage: 71.7
W91 D21 L15
Jan 23, 2002 – Jun 30, 2004
Days in charge: 889

União de Leiria
20 games, 1.7 ppg, win percentage: 45%
W9 D7 L4
July, 2001 – January 23, 2002
Days in charge: 279

Benfica
11 games, 1.9 ppg, win percentage: 54.5%
W6 D3 L2
September 20, 2000 – December 5, 2000
Days in charge: 76

Average length of reign: 759 days – 2 years, 29 days. Which takes Mourinho at Spurs to December 19, 2021.

Trophies won:

Porto
Primeira Liga: 2002–03, 2003–04
Taça de Portugal: 2002–03
Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira: 2003
UEFA Cup: 2002–03
Champions League: 2003–04

Chelsea
Premier League: 2004–05, 2005–06, 2014–15
FA Cup: 2006–07
League Cup: 2004–05, 2006–07, 2014–15
Community Shield: 2005

Inter Milan
Serie A: 2008–09, 2009–10
Coppa Italia: 2009–10
Supercoppa: 2008
Champions League: 2009–10

Real Madrid
La Liga: 2011–12
Copa del Rey: 2010–11
Supercopa de España: 2012

Chelsea
Premier League: 2014–15
League Cup: 2014–15

Manchester United
League Cup: 2016–17
Community Shield: 2016
Europa League: 2016–17

Overall Premier League record
P304
W190
D70
L44
Points 640
Points per game 2.11

 

League finishing positions since 2003/04
Porto: 1st
Chelsea: 1st, 1st, 2nd, 5th*
Inter: 1st, 1st
Real Madrid: 2nd, 1st, 2nd
Chelsea: 3rd, 1st, 16th*
Man Utd: 6th, 2nd, 6th*
* position upon mid-season departure

 

Mourinho’s record versus big six:
Tottenham: P22 W13 D4 L5 PPG 1.95
Arsenal: P20 W10 D8 L2 PPG 1.9
Man Utd: P20 W9 D8 L3 PPG 1.75
Liverpool: P28 W12 D9 L7 PPG 1.61
Man City: P20 W9 D5 L6 PPG 1.6
Chelsea: P9 W4 D1 L4 PPG 1.44

Mourinho’s 10 most-used players
John Terry – 266 games
Ricardo Carvalho – 256 games
Frank Lampard – 215 games
Petr Cech – 195 games
Didier Drogba – 186 games
Paulo Ferreira – 175 games
Cristiano Ronaldo – 164 games
Nemanja Matic – 159 games
Mesut Ozil – 157 games
Xabi Alonso – 151 games

 

Mourinho’s 10 most expensive signings
1) Paul Pogba – £89m, Man Utd
2) Romelu Lukaku – £75m, Man Utd
3) Fred – £52m, Man Utd
4) Nemanja Matic – £40m, Man Utd
5) Diego Costa – £32m, Chelsea
6) Victor Lindelof – £31m, Man Utd
7) Andriy Shevchenko – £31m, Chelsea
8) Eric Bailly – £30m, Man Utd
9) Willian – £30m, Chelsea
10) Luka Modric – £30m, Real Madrid

 

Mourinho’s 10 youngest debutants
1) Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) – 17 years 01 month 07 days
2) José Rodríguez (Real Madrid) – 17 years 11 months 18 days
3) Mario Balotelli (Inter) – 18 years 01 month 19 days
4) Davide Santon (Inter) – 18 years 01 month 22 days
5) Raphael Varane (Chelsea) – 18 years 05 months 02 days
6) Pablo Sarabia (Real Madrid) – 18 years 06 months 27 days
7) Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea) – 18 years 10 months 17 days
8) Carlos Alberto (Porto) – 19 years 02 months 14 days
9) John Mikel Obi (Chelsea) – 19 years 04 months 21 days
10) Bruno Moraes (Porto) – 19 years 05 months 02 days

 

Mourinho’s biggest wins
December 22, 2010: Real Madrid 8-0 Levante
May 21, 2011: Real Madrid 8-1 Almeria
March 3, 2011: Real Madrid 7-0 Malaga
November 6, 2011: Real Madrid 7-1 Osasuna
August 28, 2011: Real Zaragoza 0-6 Real Madrid

 

Mourinho’s heaviest defeats
November 29, 2010: Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid
October 23, 2016: Chelsea 4-0 Manchester United
April 24, 2013: Borussia Dortmund 4-1 Real Madrid
August 16, 2005: Man City 3-0 Chelsea
February 11, 2006: Middlesbrough 3-0 Chelsea

 

Opponents to have inflicted most defeats on Mourinho
Barcelona – 10
Liverpool – 7
Man City – 5
Tottenham – 5
Newcastle – 5

 

Opponents beaten most often by Mourinho:
Tottenham – 13
Liverpool – 12
Everton – 11
West Ham – 11
Arsenal – 10

 

Opponents Mourinho has never beaten:
Real Madrid (5 games), Bari (2 games), Sparta Prague, Rosenborg, Bristol City, Bradford City, Halmstads, Wolves (all 1 game)

 

Opponents Mourinho has faced at least five times and remains unbeaten:
Swansea (10 games), CSKA Moscow (8 games), Burnley, Ajax, Portsmouth, Bolton (7 games), Norwich, Birmingham, Real Sociedad, Lyon, Athletic Bilbao, Mallorca, Fiorentina, Deportivo La Coruna, Espanyol, Sporting Lisbon (6 games), Genoa, Wigan (5 games).

 

Mourinho’s most-faced foes:
Pep Guardiola : P22 W5 D6 L11 PPG 0.95
Mark Hughes: P20 W11 D5 L4 PPG 1.9
Arsene Wenger: P19 W10 D7 L2 PPG 1.95
Rafa Benitez: P19 W9 D4 L6 PPG 1.63
Mauricio Pochettino: P16 W11 D1 L4 PPG 2.13

 

Managers Mourinho has a perfect record against (four games minimum):
Harry Redknapp (8 games), Gergorio Manzano (6 games), Joaquin Caparros (5 games), Pasquale Marino, Marcelo Bielsa, Paul Jewell, Stuart Pearce, Frank de Boer (4 games)

 

Managers against whom Mourinho has most wins:
Mark Hughes (11 wins), Mauricio Pochettino (11 wins), Arsene Wenger (10 wins), Rafael Benitez, Sam Allardyce, Alan Pardew (9 wins).

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