After being sacked from his past three jobs, a new study has revealed how much Jose Mourinho has made from being fired by Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur.
The AS Roma boss Mourinho did not complete any of his last three contracts as manager, having been acrimoniously relieved of his duties on those past three occasions.
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At his previous job with Spurs, the Portuguese coach lasted just 86 matches before he was abruptly dismissed just days before the Lilywhites were set to take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
Before that, Mourinho had some success at Old Trafford but was axed after two and a half years at the Red Devils' helm. There he won a trio of trophies, having guided United to the UEFA Europa League title, the Carabao Cup, and the FA Community Shield in the 2016/17 season.
Having initially taken charge of Chelsea between 2004 and 2007, his second stint with the Blues came when he was appointed at the start of the 2013/14 season, but he was then axed during the 2015/16 campaign, just seven months after leading them to 2014/15 Premier League title.
At the time of his second sacking at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were languishing in 16th place, just a point above the relegation zone, per Sky Sports.
As a result, according to a study by 101 Great Goals, he has earned a combined payout of about £46.2 million (R953 million) in financial pay-offs after being sacked by the abovementioned EPL clubs in the past 10 years.
It is also claimed that the former Inter Milan boss is the Premier League's most expensive manager ever, having earned a staggering £97 674 480 (R2.01 billion) from his three jobs in the Premier League over the past decade.
It is further revealed that, in the 58-year-old's 2 315 days in charge in the English top flight over past 10 years, he made an average of £42 192 (R871 866) a day.
This equates to him making £266 870 (R5.5 million) per match across his 336 games at the helm of those English clubs.
That figure increased to £467 342 (R9.6 million) for every victory he secured, with the tactician having won 209 of 336 matches.
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