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‘‘Describe Jose Mourinho’s strengths and weaknesses as a coach, as well as, his possibilities for improvement. Last, compare him briefly with another coach, for instance, saying why he is good or bad (in your opinion) compared to X.’’

José Mourinho was born on January 26, 1963 in Setubal. He is a Portuguese soccer coach and a very good one. In 2010 he signed with Real Madrid a four year contract and before that he was coaching FC Porto, Chelsea and Internazionale. Mourinho is a very good coach, that one cannot take away from him. But what is interesting is to know what makes him a good coach. Can anyone else just take over Mourinho’s skills set and learn from him? Well Mourinho is a one of a kind type of guy. One peculiar thing about him is that his strengths are basically his weaknesses.
Mourinho has many weaknesses. He is a very childish, immature coach. He can be very selfish and is a bad loser. He was is known to be a very annoying coach and a lot of referees do not like him. He was even sent off the field once. This simply goes to show that he can be very annoying. I would like to inform you that I am a Barcelona fan. This means that I truly do not like real Madrid as a team. However, my hate is justified. Mourinho is part of the reason why I do not like Madrid. Madrid plays very bad. They always try to injure Leonel Messi, and they have a very dirty way of playing the game. They are very sore losers. However, all of these things seem to be shared characteristics with their coach. Mourinho is not a great public figure and somehow I cannot get myself to actually admire him, despite all of his accomplishments. I even once heard that Mourinho was warned by Real Madrid that he needs to get his act together and be more amiable or else they would kick him out. This rumor I heard right after the time he was sent off the field. Another scene to portray Mourinho’s…...

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