Jose Mourinho has joined the many Real Madrid fans celebrating their La Liga trophy, the former Madrid manager is the latest Madrid fan to join in the celebration. 59-year-old Jose Mourinho spent three years in charge of Los Blancos from 2010 to 2013, overseeing 178 games in total. During that time, he won La Liga once, the Copa del Rey, and the Spanish Super Cup. Many fans fondly remember his battles with Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona, matches which always proved exciting.
Jose Mourinho Celebrates Real Madrid’s La Liga Title Win
Mourinho was seen celebrating Real Madrid’s successful La Liga campaign in the comments on their Instagram posted recently, putting some hearts next to the club’s name. It’s clear that, despite the manner of his departure, he still holds the club close to his heart. Carlo Ancelotti became the first coach to win all of Europe’s top five leagues following Real Madrid’s successful La Liga season, a sign of his incredible consistency and adaptability.
The Italian who has managed the big clubs across Europe ( AC Milan, Chelsea, Napoli, Paris St-Germain, Everton among others) also became the first coach to take part in the Champions League in four different decades. He will be the first Italian coach to lift the Uefa Champions League trophy if his side Real Madrid beat English Premier League side Manchester City today and book a place in the final and then win the final.