Take A Look At The Pictures Of Jose Mourinho's Beautiful Wife And Kids.


Football is a sports that brings everyone together including friends and enemies. Two enemies can sit down together like fiends to see a football match then the enmity continues after the match. Football is just a crazy game full of surprises, intrigues, pain, joy, sorrow, etc.

The game of football has produced so many wonderful managers like Pochettino, Guardiola, Ancelloti, Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho, Diego Simeone, Jurgen Klopp, Tuchel, Ranieri, Allegri, etc. But We shall be taking a glimpse at The special one.

Jose Mario dos Santos Mourinho Felix is a Portuguese professional manager born on the 26th of January 1963. He is considered as one of the greatest and most decorated football managers. His father played for OS Belenenses and vitoria de setubal. He has also managed various clubs like Benfica, União de Leiria, Fc Porto, Chelsea, Intermilan, Real Madrid, Manchester United and currently the manager of Tottenham Hostpur in England

He is married to Matilde Faria. As we know Jose Mourinho or commonly known as “The Special One” a title given to him by some players, coaches, and critics as one of the best soccer coaches of all time, and is known by his strong temperament that marks Mourinho between the hated lists in soccer. But now is not about football we’re not going to talk about The Special One either, we’re going to focus on his Special Wife Matilde “Tami” Faria.

52-year-old Matilde Faria met her husband Jose Mourinho, 55, when they were teenagers in a restaurant in Setúbal, Portugal, where she grew up after her family moved from Angola where she was born.

The young couple enjoyed afternoon discos when Faria was just 14 and Mourinho was 17. They sort of change their lifestyle after Matilde Faria became a philosophy student and he a more mature soccer player.

Faria and Mourinho married in 1989; their first child was a girl born in 1996, they named her Matilda. Four years later they had their second child, a son José Mário, Jr.

Mourinho dedicated most part of his life in being a good father; he said his family is the center of his life.

From all indications, don't you think the era of the special one in football is over?

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