Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho has spoken at length about his long and illustrious career in European competitions in a recent promotional interview with British broadcaster BT Sport.

The Portuguese has won numerous titles with different clubs throughout Europe, but intends to settle at Stamford Bridge, where he is truly loved and adored.

Mourinho first became famous during his spell at FC Porto where he guided the Portuguese side to continental glory, helping them lift their first UEFA Champions League in 2004.

He then moved to Chelsea FC, where under his guidance the club tasted success after spending decades in anonymity and obscurity. Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich took over the club and pumped millions and millions of pounds in to the club and was the man who hired Jose Mourinho initially before eventually firing him.


The Portuguese then moved to Inter Milan and guided them to continental success, helping the Italian side lift the Champions League. He spent two years with the Nerazzuri before Real Madrid came knocking for his services. He had a relatively unsuccessful spell with Real Madrid before returning to Stamford Bridge in 2013.

Here’s the detailed interview of Jose Mourinho, courtesy of BT Sports: