1/14 Announces himself as ‘Special One’

The Chelsea boss arrives from Porto and declares himself ‘The Special One’, a name that would stick across two spells at Stamford Bridge.

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2/14 Chelsea 1 Manchester United 0, 2004

Eidur Gudjohnsen scores the only goal to give Jose Mourinho a winning start to life at Stamford Bridge. After the game, the Portguese boss admitted: “United were unfortunate not to get anything but I also felt our performance deserved three points.

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3/14 Premier League 2004-05

Jose Mourinho guides Chelsea to the Premier League crown during his first season in charge at Stamford Bridge. The Blues won a record 95 points as they ended a 50-year wait to become champions of England.

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4/14 League Cup 2004-05

The first trophy for Jose Mourinho as Chelsea boss came with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Liverpool at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. Extra-time goals from Didier Drogba and Mateja Kezman saw the Blues through after the game finished 1-1 in normal time.

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5/14 Chelsea 3 Manchester United 0, 2006

Chelsea secured a second successive Premier League title with a convincing victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Goals from William Gallas, Joe Cole and Ricardo Carvalho sealed the victory as the Blues won 18 of 19 home games to secure thecrown.

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6/14 League Cup 2006-07

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho extended his unbeaten record over Arsene Wenger with a 2-1 victory over Arsenal in the 2007 Carling Cup Final. Two goals from Didier Drogba sealed a comeback win in Cardiff after Theo Walcott’s opener.

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7/14 Arsenal 1 Chelsea 1, 2007

Jose Mourinho marched towards the Chelsea fans at EMirates Stadium after a 1-1 draw with Arsenal in May 2007 performing his famous ‘chin-up’ gesture. The 10-man Blues had held out for a draw with the Gunners and Mourinho’s defiant gesture came despite hopes of the title evaporating.

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8/14 FA Cup 2006-07

Jose Mourinho masterminded victory over Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in the 2007 FA Cup Final. Didier Drogba scored the winner – his 33rd of the season – in a game which failed to live up to expectations.

9/14 Chelsea 2 PSG 0, 2014

Demba Ba scored a last-gasp aggregate winner as Chelsea came from 3-1 down in the first leg to reach the semi-final of the Champions League. The ensuing celebrations from Jose Mourinho were reminiscent of his famous charge down the Old Trafford touchline while in charge of Porto in 2003.

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10/14 Liverpool 0 Chelsea 2, 2014

Jose Mourinho produced a tactical masterclass as his side kept out an offensive Liverpool side who were bound for league honours before Demba Ba pounced on Steven Gerrard’s slip to put Chelsea in front. Willian capped the win in the last minute as the Blues ended Liverpool’s 11-game winning streak.

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11/14 Everton 3 Chelsea 6

Chelsea were rampant during the early-part of their 2014-15 Premier League title win and best showed their brilliance away at Goodison Park. The Blues went top with their third straight win as two goals from Diego Costa, Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Matic and Ramires were on target.

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12/14 Premier League, Capital One Cup 2014-15

Chelsea’s Ivorian striker Didier Drogba (L) holds up the Premier league trophy as Chelsea’s English defender John Terry holds up the League cup while Chelsea’s English defender Gary Cahill and Chelsea’s Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic cheer as they take part in an open-top bus parade to celebrate winning the league in west London on May 25, 2015

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13/14 New deal £30m four-year deal

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was rewarded with a new £30million four-year deal after guiding the club to Premier League and League Cup success in the second season of his second spell.

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14/14 Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0

Jose Mourinho was dismissed as his side fell to 16th in the Premier League table from their opening 16 games, but a rare victory came against nemesis Arsene Wenger proved a highlight. In mid-September, it was just the Blues second win of the season and came against an Arsenal side who were reduced to nine men.

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