Comparison between Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho
Rafa Benítez and José Mourinho are at war. Years, crossings of statements and attacks between them have become frequent. It is not necessary to go very far to check the last one between the two. However in Hanging far from pointing us to the controversy, we want to carry out an analysis between both technicians.
Jose Mourinho (Setubal, Portugal, 26 of January of 1963)
The Portuguese arrived in Spain as a translator for Bobby Robson at FC Barcelona in 1996. Then he continued in the club as an assistant to Van Gaal. At that time nobody imagined that “Mou” years later he was to become one of the most successful coaches in the world but also one of the most controversial on the planet.
clubs: Leiria, Benfica, Chelsea (in two stages), Inter Milan and Real Madrid
Titles: 2 leagues of portugal, 3 Premier League, 1 Spanish league, 2 Italian Serie A, 3 Football League Cup, 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Portuguese Cup, 1 Italian Copa, 1 Portuguese Super Cup, 1 Spain Supercup, 1 FA Cup, 2 Champions and 1 UEFA Cup.
Most outstanding individual titles: Primeira Liga Coach of the Year 2003, 2004, Premier League Coach of the Year230 2005, 2006, 2015. Series A Coach of the Year 2009, 2010. Panchina d’Oro Award - Best coach of Serie A 2010. Miguel Muñoz Trophy - Best coach in La Liga 2011 y2012. Eleven Gold Award - Best Coach in Europe 2005 Y 2010. World Soccer Award - Best coach in the world 2004, 2005 y2010. IFFHS Award - Best Coach in the World 2004, 2005, 2010 Y 2012. UEFA Award - Best Coach of the Year 2003 and 2004. UEFA Team of the Year 2003, 2004, 2005 Y 2010. Team of the Decade UEFA239 2011. FIFA Award for the best coach in the world 2010. Globe Soccer Award for Best Coach of the Year 2012. Coach of the Year, Four Four Two 2015
Rafa Benitez (Madrid, Spain, 16 April 1960)
Rafa Benítez was trained in the inferiors of Real Madrid where he directed his subsidiary and became the second of Del Bosque in the first team in 1994. He went through various clubs where he was fired and promoted with teams like Tenerife. When he arrived at Valencia in 2001 few trusted him but he became the best coach of the Valencian club winning two leagues and one UEFA in 3 years. He then triumphed in England with Liverpool and has also gone through Italy in two different stages.
clubs: Real Madrid B, Osasuna, Estremadura, Tenerife, Valencia, Liverpool, Inter de Milan, Chelsea, Napoli and Real Madrid
Titles: 2 Spanish league, 1 FA Cup, 1 Community Shield, 1 Italian Super Cup, 1 Coppa Italia, 1 FIFA World Club Championship, 1 Champions League y 2 UEFA (1 UEFA Cup y 1 Europa League).
Most outstanding individual titles:
UEFA Coach of the Year 2004, UEFA Coach of the Year 2005 and Second best coach of the year according to the IFFHS 2005