When Jose Mourinho arrived on the scene in his first spell managing Chelsea, he was overflowing with confidence, calling himself the "Special One", and deservedly so – he had just lifted the Champions League with Porto and was about to have an enduring legacy at Stamford Bridge.
Over the years, however, Mourinho has slipped into a dark and desolate figure, cutting a Machiavellian character for himself and leaving a trail of destruction at clubs he's managed.
Success at clubs such as Chelsea and Inter have been followed by miserable and tormented end at Real Madrid and a horrific finish to his second stint at Stamford Bridge put his contributions to the club at stake.
So how has his reputation dissolved since his years at Chelsea? Goal takes a look.