Sunday, June 25, 2017

@ManchesterUnited Mourinho father died today, the ex Keeper for @VSetubal was 79 yrs old

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Jose Mourinho father died today
José Manuel Mourinho Felix was one of the most illustrious figures of the Vitoria of Setúbal, at the service of which, during the most golden period of the history of the sadino emblem, fulfilled more than a hundred and fifty games.
He participated in the victory of the first Portuguese Cup in 1964/1965, with a triumph in the final against Benfica, 3-1.
Goalkeeper of merits signed, also represented the Belenenses, having added an international cap, on June 25, 1972, in a challenge with the Republic of Ireland, referring to the Tournament of Independence of Brazil, held in Recife and that Portugal won by 2- 1.
He began his career as a trainer at Restelo, going through several clubs until returning to his origins. In Bonfim, he came to lead the main team in the 1990s.
Through his hands passed other figures of Vitoria , who molded as players and as men.
In recent years, his presence in Bonfim, where he was cherished by all that crossed him, ceased to be, for reasons of health, so assiduous.

Personal information
Full nameJosé Manuel Mourinho Félix
Date of birth12 February 1938
Place of birthFerragudoPortugal
Date of death25 June 2017 (aged 79)
Place of deathSetúbal, Portugal
Playing positionGoalkeeper
Youth career
Vitória Setúbal
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1955–1968Vitória Setúbal143(0)
1968–1974Belenenses131(0)
Total274(0)
National team
1972Portugal1(0)
Teams managed
1971Belenenses (assistant)
1976–1977Estrela Portalegre
1977–1978Caldas
1978–1979União Leiria
1979–1981Amora
1981–1982Rio Ave
1982–1983Belenenses
1983–1984Rio Ave
1985Varzim
1985–1986União Madeira
1988–1989O Elvas
1995Vitória Setúbal
1996Vitória Setúbal
* Senior club appearances and go