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This photo, capturing Jose Mourinho in his pomp as the manager of the UEFA Champions League-winning Inter Milan, was personally signed by Mourinho in an exclusive Icons signing session in London on July 7, 2013.

Jose Mourinho is one of the most compelling characters in the game - not just a master tactician but the closest thing the sport has to a rock star, stirring fans both home and away into fits in excitement with his theatrical leaps, gesturing and knee slides from the technical area. When he arrived at Chelsea in June 2004, at his first press conference, he annointed himself the "Special One". His spectacular resume and bulging trophy cabinet makes it impossible to argue otherwise.

Includes picture of Mourinho signing and certificate of authenticity.

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Esta imagen fue autografiada personalmente por José Mourinho durante una sesión exclusiva organizada por Icons y celebrada en Londres el 7 de julio de 2013. La imagen muestra a Mourinho como DT del Inter de Milán, al cual hizo campeón de la Champions Leagu

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