Spurs manager Jose Mourinho and his woeful record at Newcastle United – in pictures

Spurs manager Jose Mourinho and his woeful record at Newcastle United – in pictures
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho and his woeful record at Newcastle United – in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MOURINHO AT ST JAMES' PARK: May 15, 2005 - Newcastle 1 (Geremi og 33') Chelsea 1 (Lampard pen 35'): The final match of Mourinho's first season in charge of Chelsea, in which his side had already clinched the league title, set the record for the highest points tally in a Premier League campaign (95) and conceded the fewest number of top-flight goals along the way (15). In an entertaining game, an own goal from future Newcastle player Geremi had put the home side in front. Frank Lampard levelled from the spot just two minutes later after former Chelsea player Celestine Babayaro fouled Eidur Gudjohnsen. Mourinho said: "It was good to fight for the points record and goals conceded record as we had something to motivate the players having already won the title." AFP

May 7, 2006 - Newcastle (Bramble 73') 1 Chelsea 0: Mourinho tasted defeat on Tyneside for the first time in front of a raucous St James' Park. Chelsea had already secured a second title on the trot but were beaten by a Newcastle team revitalised under caretaker manager Glenn Roeder who had taken over from the sacked Graeme Souness. Centre-half Titus Bramble was the unlikely match-winner when he volleyed home with 13 minutes to go. Chelsea had two goals disallowed, while Newcastle had full-back Steven Carr sent-off with quarter-of-an-hour to go. After the match, Mourinho complained about a penalty Chelsea were not given and a red card that was not shown to a Newcastle player. "I hope the referees go on their holidays now and come back with new thoughts for next season," he said. Reuters

April 22, 2007 - Newcastle 0 Chelsea 0: Mourinho's side missed the chance to close the gap on Manchester United at the top of the table in a low-quality goalless draw with few clear-cut chances, particularly in the first half. A frustrating day for Mourinho as Newcastle had been struggling for form and manager Roeder would be sacked less than a month later after one win in the last 10 games. Mourinho said: "I cannot ask for more of my players. I think that what they are doing is absolutely amazing. We played against a team with fresh legs and without any kind of pressure. Newcastle played well and deserved a point." Getty

November 2, 2013 - Newcastle 2 (Gouffran 68', Remy 89') Chelsea 0: A surprise result, to say the least. Mourinho, back in his second spell as Blues manager, had seen his team win six on the bounce while Newcastle had lost to local rivals Sunderland the previous week. John Terry twice went close for Chelsea in the first half before Newcastle deservedly ran out winners thanks to goals from Yoan Gouffran and Loic Remy. Mourinho said: "I have never won here, and I have had champions teams. I have won here in the Carling [League] Cup, I think, never in the league. Of course, it’s difficult. They have a fantastic crowd and the crowd is always behind the team. But you have to come here with a certain kind of mentality." Getty

December 6, 2014 - Newcastle 2 (Cisse 57', 78') Chelsea 1 (Drogba 83'): Chelsea fell to their first defeat - ending a 23-match unbeaten run stretching back to the previous campaign - in game 15 of a season where they would finish as champions. Striker Papiss Cisse put Newcastle in the driving seat with two goals before surviving a nervy finish when defender Steven Taylor was sent-off and Didier Drogba pulled one back. Mourinho, who criticised home fans for time-wasting and not returning the ball back from the stands quick enough, said: "We were just unlucky. They scored the only two times they crossed the halfway line and scored two strange goals because of rebounds. The best team lost. The team which tried to win lost. But that's football." Getty

September 26, 2015 - Newcastle 2 (Perez 42', Wijnaldum 60'): Chelsea 2 (Ramires 79', Willian 86'): Both sides had started the season in miserable fashion; Chelsea were languishing 15th in the table while Newcastle - who would be relegated that campaign - sat second bottom without a win from six games. Ayoze Perez and Georginio Wijnaldum had put Newcastle two-up with half-an-hour to go, only for Ramires and Willian to haul Chelsea back and earn a point. Both managers - Newcastle's Steve McClaren and Mourinho - would be sacked before the season's end. Mourinho said after the match: "We were so poor, so bad in the first half. I am not a magician. At half-time I said I was sorry I only had three subs as I wanted to change six." Getty

February 11, 2018 – Newcastle 1 (Ritchie 65') Manchester United 0. A different club, but a familiar story for Mourinho as his Manchester United team were defeated the Magpies, now managed by the Portuguese's old rival Rafa Benitez. Matt Ritchie fired home the winner in front of a delirious St James' Park crowd - Newcastle's first home league victory "My verdict is we could've been here for 10 hours and not scored a goal. Newcastle played with their lives and defended with their lives. The gods of football were clearly on their side." Getty

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