A massive area of concern at the end of the season was the fact that they had few outlets for goals. were stuttering in the Champions League – the very competition President Moratti had been so eager to excel in when he hired Mourinho. The season was, however, rather disappointing with Inter having suffered defeat at the hands of Sampdoria in the semi-final of the Coppa Italia, meaning that they would end the season with just one major trophy and an overall feeling of dissatisfaction. Den größten Erfolg gegen die Bayern verbuchte Mourinho im Champions-League-Finale mit Inter Mailand. One of Mourinho’s greatest achievements and his second Champions League triumph. Add to that the loyalty of captain Javier. Vor dem Champions-League-Finale gegen Bayern München hat Inter Mailands Trainer Jose Mourinho die Stimmung mit seinen Wechselabsichten zu Real Madrid deutlich angeheitzt. Ich kann sagen, dass unser Geschick in der Champions League nun ein völlig anderes ist, denn nun hat das Team die richtige Mentalität und das richtige Selbstvertrauen. Impressive 2-0 wins over Juventus and Lazio were included in that run and in the final matchday of the season, a tough away win against lowly Siena confirmed Mourinho’s second-successive Scudetto. He has lifted the trophy twice, with Porto and Inter, but the second of those successes came 10 seasons ago and there are questions over whether he is still the man to deliver Champions League glory. The 2010 UEFA Champions League Final was an association football match played at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, home of Real Madrid, on Saturday, 22 May 2010, to determine the winners of the 2009–10 UEFA Champions League.It was the first Champions League final to be played on a Saturday, rather than the traditional Wednesday. Mourinho's enduring attachment to that Inter team feels noteworthy. In conversation with. In the cup, Fiorentina were easily dispatched. In Serie A, fortunately, their form picked up. Walter Samuel, Nicolás Burdisso and Christian Chivu, three players who played in the back-line often found themselves on the treatment table and although Inter were able to strengthen their position at the top of Serie A, it was something that affected their consistency and coherence. Mourinho’s next job took him to Italy and Inter, where he experienced a last 16 Champions League exit to Manchester United in 2008/09. At Chelsea, it was the pairing of Ricardo Carvalho and John Terry and they were joined by Petr Čech in the side that broke records in the Premier League, while before that at Porto, Carvalho was joined by Jorge Costa in defence and Vítor Baía in goal as they won the Champions League. Pedro gave Barcelona the lead in the 19th minute and it continued to be all Barcelona from there on out, albeit Inter made their few moments count. He received the ball from Eto’o just outside the box, beat Daniel Van Buyten with a smooth dribble and finessed it past a helpless Hans-Jörg Butt. There aren’t any like him, that’s why it’s called Special One. When Mourinho left Chelsea as a relatively young manager with lots to prove in the game, there were plenty of suitors willing to take a punt on him. Carrying on from where they stopped in the previous season, the. A Supercoppa Italiana, a Club World Cup - the latter won thanks to the success of the previous season - and a Coppa Italia are the only trophies that the Nerazzurri have brought home since then. Real, Spurs oder Bayern - sobald es bei einem Topklub kriselt, fällt ein Name zuerst: José Mourinho. This was an Inter side that functioned ever-so-well and in the few months from signing to the middle of the season, they proved their quality once again. Kaká 70 [million euros – his transfer fee to Real Madrid that summer], Cristiano Ronaldo 96. Back in the Champions League, their 2-0 aggregate success over CSKA Moscow was the perfect example of how organised Mourinho’s side were. Always moving, always instructing, and even going over to Guardiola’s touchline to share a few words when the latter was in conversation with, By the end, there was a dramatic finale. Gerard Pique's late strike proved insufficient for Barcelona as a Jose Mourinho-inspired Inter Milan held out for more than an hour with 10 men to seal their passage to … The Portuguese was on the prowl on the touchline. This was a club that wanted to create a dynasty domestically whilst also adding some European pedigree, and in Massimo Moratti, they had a President who was willing to support it all. The second-leg brought out the war of words. Following an away defeat at the end of March to their nearest rivals, Roma, Inter would drop points just once from then on until the end of the season. Impressive 2-0 wins over Juventus and Lazio were included in that run and in the final matchday of the season, a tough away win against lowly Siena confirmed Mourinho’s second-successive S. , a tough fixture awaited, but knowing Mourinho’s sturdy ways in major finals, only results mattered. It is a detail that feels at once charming, but also revealing. Just as an example Hegel says: ‘The truth is in the whole,’” said Mourinho, claiming that his CV answers the press’ questions. Long read: Inter Milan’s sensational two-legged victory over Barcelona in the 2009/10 Champions League semi-finals was a historically compelling clash between one philosophy on … Nun soll "The Special One" auch in Dortmund ein Kandidat sein. Inter’s best outlet in front of goal had gone, thinking that he had a greater chance of winning the Champions League. Both managers worked together at Barcelona. Startrainer Jose Mourinho hat verraten, dass er sich bereits vor Anpfiff des Champions-League-Finals 2010 mit Inter Mailand gegen Bayern München sicher war, zu triumphieren. It's all a hammer blow to a club that has spent 290 million euros under Conte in the past two seasons. Mancini, too, was a seemingly a squad player with several of his minutes on the pitch coming off the bench. Der Trainer des FC Internazionale Milano ist fest davon überzeugt, dass sich sein Team gegen Chelsea durchsetzen wird. It was here that Mourinho, Moratti and Inter got a harsh reality check. Ibrahimović always cited his love for Barcelona. With 10 men playing against 11 and a partisan atmosphere, Mourinho wanted to bring some confidence back to his players and more importantly, back to himself. None of Rafa Benitez, Leonardo, Gian Piero Gasperini, Claudoi Ranieri, Andrea Stramaccioni, Walter Mazzarri, Roberto Mancini, Frank de Boer, Stefano Vecchi (twice), Stefano Pioli, Luciano Spalletti or Antonio Conte have succeeded in conquering Europe. Saat disebutkan Inter Milan bakal bermain di grup B Liga Champions musim ini, ada sedikit nada optimisme bahwa kali ini bisa lolos ke babak 16 besar. We were on the same page, we were like brothers. But in Madrid, it was clear who was the superior: the apprentice was outdoing the master – and he did it in his own style. A large part of his idea at quoting Hegel was to remind everyone how much success he had enjoyed, but perhaps there was a subtle message as well. In one of the most notorious Champions League ties in history, Inter's counter-attacking brilliance ... strike confirmed a 3-1 victory for Guardiola's eventual champions. A resolute Inter held on, and Mourinho set off. By the time Christmas came around in the 2008-09 season, the Swede had scored in important wins against the likes of Roma, Lazio and Palermo, and was going into the second-half of the campaign in good spirits, eager to bring home the Capocannoniere. © Diciembre With a hard-working midfield duo of Cambiasso and either Motta or Dejan Stanković, the full-backs, Zanetti and Maicon had the freedom to go and join the attack and with Mourinho being a perfectionist at organising the defensive aspect of a game, he would face little trouble knowing the qualities of his players. Mourinho suggested the day after Inter’s Champions League success at the Bernabeu that he would remain in Madrid to coach Real and after agreeing … Mourinho said he didn't give Ibra any particular advice for the continuation of his career. always cited his love for Barcelona. Herrera was the last Inter manager to win the European Cup in 1965 and Moratti, since taking over in 1995, had spent big money trying to recreate those glorious days but it was all to no avail. This was an Inter side that functioned ever-so-well and in the few months from signing to the middle of the season, they proved their quality once again. The run was now three-fold for Inter. After taking Porto to new heights, breaking records with an aspiring Chelsea team, cracking the code in Spain with Real Madrid and bring Europe’s second-tier trophy to Manchester United for the first time, Mourinho guarantees success. Nun kommt "The Special One" als Trainer von Tottenham Hotspur in die bayerische Landeshauptstadt. Once again, the 4-2-3-1 turned 4-3-2-1 was in effect, with Eto’o taking the role up top when Inter were in position. Romanian fourth official Sebastian Coltescu was accused of using a racist term when … “We have it in our power to begin the world over again.”. Mourinho suggested the day after Inter’s Champions League success at the Bernabeu that he would remain in Madrid to coach Real and after agreeing … They qualified as the runners-up of their group and when they got to the second round, they had to face the defending champions: Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United. But it’s one thing to follow a dream and another to follow an obsession. Inter’s manager Jose Mourinho holds the trophy following their 2010 Champions League final victory against Bayern Munich in Madrid. They spoke about the respect they had for each other before the game and appreciated the work they had done to reach this point. Die wahre Ursache der sportlichen Krise bei Manchester United ist aber eine andere. Focusing mainly on getting the Blues on the counter, it was the speed of Inter’s transitions as Eto’o and Maicon proved to be crucial in adjusting from their defensive phase to a threatening 4-3-3 when they rapidly attacked. Júlio César cleared the ball away following a Bayern attack and that came straight down to Milito, who after some fine interplay with Sneijder, finished the move off to give the. Es war Mourinhos 2. After a 0-0 draw in the first leg in Milan, the second match at Old Trafford was a comfortable 2-0 win for the home side, with Nemanja Vidić and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring early in each half to knock the Italian champions out. In the second-half, Milito closed the curtains on Bayern’s hopes. That pressure was further added to when Motta was sent off just before the half-hour mark in a bizarre situation involving him and Sergio Busquests, who theatrically went to ground. Moratti also had to worry about Mourinho’s transfer record in his first window. Gerard Piqué scored six minutes of time to send tensions rising in the Inter camp and expectations in Barcelona’s. Quaresma, the most expensive of the signings, was used sporadically and contributed to just one goal all season before being shipped out to Chelsea on loan. Júlio César cleared the ball away following a Bayern attack and that came straight down to Milito, who after some fine interplay with Sneijder, finished the move off to give the Nerazzuri the lead. Much of his last few months at Old Trafford were spent defending himself. Legendary former Inter manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he was really happy during his time as Inter manager and would not have left the club had he gotten back on the bus with the team after winning the Champions League. josè mourinho...funny celebrations in Inter...cry in Madrid and celebrations in Serie A, Champions League....thanks JOSE'!!! 2. Mourinho's enduring attachment to that Inter team feels noteworthy. A massive area of concern at the end of the season was the fact that they had few outlets for goals. At Chelsea, it was the pairing of Ricardo Carvalho and John Terry and they were joined by Petr. Inter’s manager Jose Mourinho holds the trophy following their 2010 Champions League final victory against Bayern Munich in Madrid. For Mourinho, strong foundations have always been a blueprint of his teams. While there were several legendary names amongst the side, many of them were ageing and were unable to fully convey what Mourinho expected of them. Their best result since winning the tournament in 2010 was the quarter-finals the following year, where they lost to a Schalke side containing Manuel Neuer and Raul Gonzalez. They had the best manager in the world in Pep Guardiola, the best player in the world in Lionel Messi and they were the European champions themselves, having dazzled the world with their incredible football over the previous 12 months. Mourinho had worked at Barcelona under Sir Bobby Robson and Louis van Gaal, so it only seemed right that he would be given the top job when the time came. The three were at a combined age of 95 and brought wealth of experience to the side that provided a stern foundation that opposition attackers found difficult to breach. Counter-attacking was what Inter had done so well across Mourinho’s two years in charge and that is what they had to do here as well in a game where they knew they were to have few clear-cut chances. Unidad Editorial Información Deportiva, S.L.U. That pressure was further added to when Motta was sent off just before the half-hour mark in a bizarre situation involving him and Sergio Busquests, who theatrically went to ground. Add to that the loyalty of captain Javier Zanetti and other well-travelled stars like Motta, Maicon, Cambiasso and Eto’o and this was a collective group that had seen the lot in the game and were hungry for more. The eruption of the. After taking Porto to new heights, breaking records with an aspiring Chelsea team, cracking the code in Spain with Real Madrid and bring Europe’s second-tier trophy to Manchester United for the first time, Mourinho guarantees success. In attack, Goran Pandev was brought in from Lazio to add more grit and persistence down the wings, while Wesley Sneijder, whose career was stalling at Real Madrid, was the cream of the crop that summer and his acquisition lit up most eyes. Pandev was an example of this. In the build-up to the first leg in Milan, Guardiola’s side faced logistical trouble in getting to Italy. An early Milito goal and Cambiasso’s winner after Salomon Kalou had equalised gave the Italians the advantage ahead of the return leg. On one side, they had their ambitions in the league, where stuttering form and focus on Europe made their title defence a little complicated. The 2-0 aggregate success opened Inter’s path to the final, where it was Roma once again. Their recent history in the competition is perhaps the most painful. The third aspect was, of course, the Champions League, where Barcelona were once again waiting, and it could’ve been said that the winner of this tie would win the whole competition. Perhaps he recognised from Mourinho’s time at Chelsea that not backing his manager would do him and the club no good, and he chose to support the Portuguese fully in the summer. had a sombre transfer window, spending on the Ricardo Quaresma, Sulley Muntari and Mancini. Under fire at a club that demands success, the Portuguese managers methods at Manchester United were often criticised, but it was clear that it wasn’t his reputation that was ever in doubt. Support from the hierarchy and willingness from the players combined with a siege mentality from the manager made this Inter team undefeatable, and they have been one of the most unique Champions League winners of this century. Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan produced a defensive masterclass to reach the Champions League final at the expense of holders Barcelona at the Nou Camp. “We are sorry for the inconvenience, but this is a revolution.”. Their second-highest goalscorer that season was an 18-year-old Mario Balotelli, who had struck 10 times. For Mourinho, strong foundations have always been a blueprint of his teams. But they could only draw with the Ukrainians in their final group game, meaning they finished bottom of the group and won't even qualify for the Europa League. They returned to Europe's premier event for the first time in seven years in 2018/19, but in the three seasons that have followed they have exited at the group stage each time. They won the first leg at the San Siro 1-0, with the goal coming from a rapid transition from defence to attack that was orchestrated by Cambiasso and finished by Milito. Champions-League-Siege: Guardiola zieht an Mourinho vorbei – 5 Deutsche in Top 30 „Ich bin sehr glücklich darüber, wie wir in all unseren Spielen aufgetreten sind – ohne Ausnahme. Inter’s victory over Barcelona was Mourinho getting one over on Guardiola. Jose Mourinho has recalled being “very violent” towards his players after a loss during his time at Italian club Inter Milan. Perhaps to the Manchester United players, who unlike players such as Maicon, Cambiasso, Milito and Zanetti, amongst others, were seemingly not as adhering. Unidad Editorial Información Deportiva, S.L.U. Mourinho's soldiers - Ten years on from Inter Milan's historic treble Inter remain the only Italian side to win the treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia and the Champions League in a single campaign ! Back in the Champions League, their 2-0 aggregate success over CSKA Moscow was the perfect example of how organised Mourinho’s side were. In Russia, an early Sneijder free kick extended the Nerazzuri’s advantage as their discipline at the back got them over the line. It was here that Mourinho, Moratti and Inter got a harsh reality check. “The best revenge is not to be like your enemy.”. Being the sole creator, the stage was set for Sneijder and he was given all the freedom in midfield to create chances at will for Milito. After all, he was still only 44-years-old and had one Champions League title, four league titles, one UEFA Cup victory and four cup successes in two different countries – he was silverware guaranteed. With a hard-working midfield duo of Cambiasso and either Motta or Dejan Stankovi. However, it was at Inter Milan that it all came together for him and perhaps where, he was at his very best. had the ball in the Inter net, but that was ruled out for offside. First blood to Inter, and if Mourinho’s previous finals were anything to go by, there was a long road back for Van Gaal. Up top, there seemed to have been an over-reliance on Ibrahimović’s goals, with the team seemingly bereft of ideas without their key man. A few minutes later, Bojan Krkić had the ball in the Inter net, but that was ruled out for offside. Every opportunity had to count. This was important. Die Niederlage im CL-Finale gegen Mourinho und Inter tat Bayern richtig weh. An overhaul was needed to challenge, and an overhaul was what Moratti gave Mourinho. Despite scoring 86 goals across all competitions – 70 of which came in the league (the most) – they mainly had to rely on Ibrahimovi. Always moving, always instructing, and even going over to Guardiola’s touchline to share a few words when the latter was in conversation with Ibrahimović. That was, however, for another time and all attentions went towards beating his former boss, Louis van Gaal. In conversation with The Coaches’ Voice, Mourinho revealed his plan of getting a result and ensuring Barcelona have little to no chance when they returned to Spain for the second leg: “Obviously the strategy to try to hurt them was in our attacking transition, the moment we recover the ball. Das Aus von José Mourinho war überfällig. The San Siro outfit were in a strong position themselves. But whatever the reason, it is clear that his time at Inter was great, proving to everyone that even in times of beautiful football brought to the world by the Spanish national side and Guardiola’s Barcelona, that there was more than one way to win in football that’s beautiful in its own way. It was in Europe where they were worrying again. Inter unveiled the season losing the Supercoppa Italiana, due to a 2–1 knockout against Lazio. League and cup successes in various countries and clubs, multiple European honours and an iron-clad relationship with several players that made him a revered figure. , the full-backs, Zanetti and Maicon had the freedom to go and join the attack and with Mourinho being a perfectionist at organising the defensive aspect of a game, he would face little trouble knowing the qualities of his players. In July 2009, he signed for the Catalan club. Maybe he just solely wanted to remind everyone how good he was and can be. If you don't score, you don't win. This resulted in flights around the region being cancelled, and that saw Barcelona make the 14-hour journey to Italy via coach. Jose Mourinho und der FC Bayern: Immer wenn diese beiden Faktoren aufeinander treffen, ist ein Spektakel garantiert. Jose Mourinho has hailed the Champions League walk-out involving PSG and Istanbul Basaksehir as 'iconic' in the fight against racism. Protecting a first-leg 3-1 lead, Inter were forced to play more than an hour a man short after Thiago Motta saw red for a … The second and third goals for Inter that evening, scored by Maicon and Milito, was exactly what Mourinho had been talking about before the match. Fortunately for them, their dominance in the first half of the season ensured they were still firm favourites to retain their title and their solid defensive foundations were a source of inspiration. For Barcelona it’s an obsession… It’s an obsession you can see and feel. But Achraf Hakimi, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Christian Eriksen, Arturo Vidal, Nicolo Barella and Stefano Sensi have not helped them conquer their curse, one that still stands from the days of Mourinho. Heute gastiert Borussia Dortmund bei Inter Mailand. Jose Mourinho: “Decided To Leave Inter After Semifinal Win Vs Barcelona Because I Knew We’d Win The Champions League” May 22, 2020 17:00 Former Inter manager Jose Mourinho has reminisced about Inter’s famous treble winning season which was completed 10 years ago today with the capture of the Champions League. But with the Portuguese's exit the following year to Real Madrid, something broke. The first goal, going to Inter, epitomised just that. to overturn the deficit, Inter had their backs against the wall. Man Utd would have been Premier League champions if City played by the rules, insists Mourinho’s former assistant. They did well to reach the final of the Europa League last term, but they lost that to Sevilla. They often threw away advantages in the second half of the season and there were goalless draws aplenty. volcano in Iceland meant that a massive ash cloud disrupted European air travel. This resulted in flights around the region being cancelled, and that saw Barcelona make the 14-hour journey to Italy via coach. There were, however, minor problems facing the team that often hindered them – especially in the Champions League. José Mourinho - Erfolge: hier findest Du Infos zu persönlichen Auszeichnungen und Mannschafts-Titeln des Spielers. were untouchable in the league, winning 14 of their first 19 league games of the season. Ever so insistent on seeing his wingers track back and perform duties on the defensive side of the game as well, Pandev and Eto’o were brilliant on the sides and contributed heavily on either half. Es war das Halbfinal-Rückspiel. Mourinho’s history in the game is strong and there are no qualms that when he does call it a day, he will go down in history as one of the best. Not only had he planned and executed it to perfection, he had one foot in the Champions League final having beaten the favourites. Mailand (RPO). Der Abgang des Startrainers schien eine schwere had won 3-1 and it was all down to aspects they had been all too familiar with since Mourinho took over: discipline, organisation, speed of transitions and effectiveness. Van Gaal had the top job while Mourinho was his interpreter. For me, this is worth €100 million because Eto’o is not worth even one euro less than Ibra,” said an uncomplimentary Mourinho to Gazzetta dello Sport. One of Mourinho’s greatest achievements and his second Champions League triumph. Todos los derechos reservados. What Ibrahimović couldn’t see was that change was set to take place and there was massive interest from Mourinho and Moratti to adjust their position and make Inter a superpower. This article was originally published on Football Chronicle. They had to wait for their opportunities and when they got them, charge forward with intent and take their chances. By the end, there was a dramatic finale. Der Trainer von Inter Mailand zeigt sich vor dem Champions-League-Finale beeindruckt von der Leistung des deutschen Rekordmeisters. "But we didn't get many refereeing decisions either, and if you look at all our games we didn't have much luck overall.". , Mourinho revealed his plan of getting a result and ensuring Barcelona have little to no chance when they returned to Spain for the second leg: minute and it continued to be all Barcelona from there on out, albeit Inter made their few moments count.