All hail the 'Unique One'
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho feels he has earned a new title and wants to be called the 'Unique One' rather than the 'Special One'.
The Portuguese tactician arrived at Chelsea after claiming the Champions League with Porto and declared to the media that he was a special coach before winning back-to-back Premier League titles. That moniker has stayed with him throughout his subsequent success with Inter Milan and Real Madrid but the 49-year-old thinks it is time for a change. And Mourinho feels he deserves a new status after becoming the first manager in history to win the title in Europe's top three leagues. He said: "I'm the only one to have won the three biggest championships in the world. So whether it pleases or not, if one recognises my value or not, people should maybe call me 'unique' rather than 'special' until someone else wins three championships like me."