|Premier League Management Record|
|Premier League Clubs||Chelsea|
|Manager of the Year||
|Manager of the Month||
November 2004, January 2005, March 2007
Jose Mourinho returned to the Barclays Premier League as manager of Chelsea on 3 June, 2013, nine years and a day after getting his first taste of management in the Barclays Premier League with the same club.
Mourinho, who had had a semi-professional football career and made his breakthrough in the backroom staff of Sir Bobby Robson at Sporting Lisbon, Porto and Barcelona, won the UEFA Champions League with Porto in 2004, just a year after lifting the UEFA Europa League club in his first full season at the club. He also won back-to-back Portuguese league titles and two domestic cup competitions at Porto.
In his first campaign at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea won their first top-flight title for 50 years in 2004/05, with a record haul of 95 points. They retained the Barclays Premier League title a year later and won the FA Cup and the League Cup twice with Mourinho in charge.
Mourinho left Chelsea in 2007 and his next managerial role came with Inter Milan, where he won the Serie A title and the Italian Super Cup in his first season, before Inter retained the title, won the Coppa Italia and the UEFA Champions League in a memorable 2009/10 campaign.
Real Madrid appointed Mourinho as their coach the summer after he completed the treble with Inter and Real won the Copa Del Rey in 2011 and edged Barcelona to the 2011/12 La Liga title, as well as reaching two Champions League semi-finals, before he returned to England ahead of the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League season.
In his first season back at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho guided Chelsea to third place and four points away from the title winners, Manchester City. Mourinho looked to build on his previous Champions League success and led the Blues to the semi final stage before they were defeated over two legs by Atletico Madrid.