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Club: Real Madrid
Round of 16 Opponents: Olympique Lyonnais
Group Stage Opponents: AC Milan, Ajax, Auxerre
It's difficult to outdo a man who won the sextuple in his first year and the double the year after, but Mourinho somehow does just that. Many fans will hate him for his ego, but regardless of opinion he's a great coach and he knows he is.
Having grown up as a youngster very interested in the tactical side of the game, Mourinho developed a knowledge and understanding that is rarely seen in football today. After a short playing career in the lower Portuguese leagues, he found his way up through the coaching ranks in his native Portugal.
He burst onto the European scene in 2004 when his Porto side beat all odds to win the UEFA Champions League. Since then, Mourinho has won the tournament with Inter Milan, as well as coming close with Chelsea and now trying with Real Madrid.
Thanks to his meticulous planning ahead of every match, Mourinho has not lost a home league game in over nine years, an all-time world record.
If the coach of your fierce rivals tells you you're one of the best coaches the world has ever seen then you better believe it.
People can argue about it all day, but if you ask me his record deserves the title 'special'.