Jose Mourinho's previous record at Chelsea
The 'Special One' has returned to Stamford Bridge
Monday 03 June 2013
It was announced today that Jose Mourinho has been appointed at Chelsea in what will be his second stint at the club.
JHe was in charge of the club from June 2, 2004 until September 20, 2007. Here we take a look at his record from his three years in charge....
PLAYED 185 WON 124 DREW 40 LOST 21 WIN PERCENTAGE 67%
Mourinho's record included a 60-match unbeaten run in home league matches.
SILVERWARE: Mourinho's first trophy was the Carling Cup in 2005, when he also delivered Chelsea's first championship title in 50 years.
PREMIER LEAGUE: 2004/05, 2005/06 FA CUP: 2006/07 LEAGUE CUP: 2004/05, 2006/07 COMMUNITY SHIELD: 2005
INDIVIDUAL HONOURS: Mourinho was twice named Premier League Manager of the Year, in 2004/05 and 2005/06.
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