Jose Mourinho completed 1,000 matches as manager on Sunday when AS Roma beat Sassuolo in the Serie A tie.
Jose Moreno completed 1,000 matches as manager on Sunday evening when AS Roma competed against Sassuolo of Italy at the Stelle Olympico in Rome at Serie AA Game Week Three.
The Portuguese coach’s milestone match was memorable as Stephen L. Sharvi scored a dramatic stoppage time to help his club win the tie 2-1 and stay at the top of the league table. With the win over Sassuolo, Moreno has now won 638 out of 1,000 matches.
The 58-year-old manager began his coaching career in 2000 with Benfica in Portugal. He also coached Unao de Leiria before making his name at FC Porto, where he won the Champions League.
In 2004, Mourinho moved to England for the first time and managed Chelsea for three seasons, winning two league titles before joining Inter Milan. He helped Narazuri win the treble in the 2009/10 season.
From Inter, Mourinho took over at Real Madrid and returned to Chelsea in 2013. He will stay in England for his next two jobs, coaching at Manchester United and then at Tottenham. After 10 years, Mourinho is back in Italy in charge of AS Roma. The club has won all three fixtures in Serie A so far.
As Mourinho completes 1000 matches as a manager, we take a look at the top 10 managers who have the most matches. Mourinho’s former rival managers in England, Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger, have coached the most matches.
Who are the managers who have coached the most football matches?
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