But it's indeed 6 continuous years though. Porto, Chelsea and Inter periods were all great for him. He didn't have a single bad season in them, the only one that might have been, he left at the start of it anyway. During Chelsea and Inter periods, there was no question he was the best or second best coach in the world. His career started to drop a little bit starting from Madrid.Porto season and the Inter treble seasons were bloody brilliant. The first 2 seasons at Chelsea as well probably. 6 continuous years is a bit of stretch though.
Has nothing to do with that.There's no point. Like with Ronaldo, you'll reject any of the manager considered by all and sundry to be better than him, and believe he's better than he actually is, due to him being Portuguese.
As I've said before you have no hope of challenging for the league if you can't win vast majority of home games.spurs already bottling the potentially of winning the league . Honestly, Spurs should have gone for more, but they decided to change their approach and conserve the 3-0 lead