Who has won more trophies Pep Guardiola or Jose Mourinho?

Who has won more trophies Pep Guardiola or Jose Mourinho?

The trophies… Both of their trophy cabinets are pretty full… Guardiola has won six league titles – three times with Barca in Spain and three times with Bayern Munich in Germany. Mourinho has gone one better. He has seven league titles to his name – with Chelsea, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Porto.

Is Guardiola better than Mourinho?

Winning Ratio/Titles come on, you can’t even do that on Football Manager. While Mourinho 68.2 percent career win ratio is very impressive, Pep’s 72.1 percent defies all belief. If winning is a criterion for being the best manager, Pep Guardiola easily trumps José Mourinho.

How many trophies has Guardiola won?


Manager Trophies won
Pep Guardiola 31
Jose Mourinho 25
Massimiliano Allegri 16
Zinedine Zidane 11

Which coach has won more trophies?

The most successful manager of all time, Sir Alex Ferguson has been an extraordinary manager who has taken Manchester United to heights. The Scottish legend took care of Manchester United for 27 years, winning an amazing 37 titles, including 13 Premier League titles and two UEFA Champions League trophies.

Who does Mourinho think is the best player?

In an interview with SportBible, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho picked the three greatest footballers of all time. When asked to make his pick, Mourinho said, “For me, the top three players in history are Messi, Pele and Maradona.”

Is Guardiola genius?

Alongside his characteristic philosophy and approach to the sport, it is no wonder that Guardiola is often lauded as one of the greatest managers of all time. Guardiola said: “Normally a genius after I win a game and after a failure when you lose a game.

Did Guardiola win Champions League?

Although Pep Guardiola won 30 trophies in his 13 years as a professional manager, he “only” triumphed twice in the Champions League both times during his stint with Barcelona.

How many trophies did Guardiola won with Barcelona?

14 trophies
Guardiola won a staggering 14 trophies with Barcelona He helped Barca win three La Liga titles in four seasons. The club won two Copa del Rey trophies and three Spanish Super Cups. Barca won two Champions League titles, alongside the FIFA Club World Cup, and the UEFA Super Cup (two each).

Who does Jose Mourinho think is the goat?

But all of us including Mourinho, CR7, R9 and Ronaldinho know that LIONEL MESSI is the real GOAT.

Who was first called goat in football?

Lionel Messi is oftentimes called the GOAT (Greatest-of-all-Time) because he is likely one of the greatest football, or soccer players, ever to have played the game.

How many trophies have Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho won?

Pep’s total haul of 28 major trophies is quite incredible, and a sign of his world class management. Jose Mourinho has a bulging cabinet with a total of 24 trophies won during his time in Italy, Portugal, Spain and England.

Is Jose Mourinho vs Pep Guardiola about to become a rivalry?

Man City won the first Manchester derby 1 – 2 at Old Trafford, thereby breaking United’s 40 match unbeaten run in all competitions. Already this season’s league race looks to be between these two teams, which means one of the most bitter and personal rivalries in football may be about to be revived – Jose Mourinho versus Pep Guardiola.

What titles has Jose Mourinho won at Manchester United and Man City?

The Supercoppa de Italia was won in 2008, and at Manchester United he won the Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League in his first season. However, things didn’t quite work out for Mourinho at Old Trafford and he was eventually sacked by the club in the same season that Guardiola won the title for crosstown rivals Manchester City.

How many titles has Pep Guardiola won at Barcelona and Bayern Munich?

Guardiola has won six league titles – three each at Barcelona (2008/9, 2009/10, 2010/11) and Bayern Munich (2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16) – and seven domestic cups, five at Barça (Copa Del Rey 2008/9, 2011/12, Supercopa de Espana 2009, 2010, 2011) and two at Bayern (DFB Pokal 2013/14 and 2015/16).