José Mourinho and AS Roma: A Statistical Analysis

mourinho il peggior allenatore della Roma negli ultimi anni

The Onset of Crisis Roma’s recent 1-4 defeat against Genoa has sounded the alarm bells. With just five points in six matches, the team seems to be echoing the struggles of the 2010/11 season. Back then, with Claudio Ranieri at the helm, the Giallorossi had a tough start. The current situation with Mourinho seems reminiscent of that period.

Mourinho’s Track Record: By The Numbers The narrative with the Portuguese coach is clear. He’s garnered 37 wins, 20 draws, and 25 losses in 82 Serie A matches. Expanding to all competitions, the tally stands at 57 wins, 27 draws, and 33 losses in 117 official matches. This equates to a 45% win rate in Serie A and 48% overall.

Comparison with Previous Coaches Analyzing Roma’s coaches from 2013, it’s evident that all of them outperformed Mourinho. Rudi Garcia secured a 57% win rate in Serie A, Luciano Spalletti reached 73%, Eusebio Di Francesco stood at 54%, Ranieri hit 50% during his return, and Paulo Fonseca achieved 51%.

The Conference League Victory Mourinho’s triumphs can’t be overlooked. He clinched the Conference League in 2022 and nearly bagged the Europa League. However, these victories don’t overshadow the challenges in Serie A.

The Current Scenario Roma hasn’t touched the coveted fourth spot granting access to the Champions League. The ambitions seem distant, and the Mourinho project appears to be stalling. Three years in, the challenges persist.

Mourinho’s Future: Time for Reflection? With just a single major win against Milan and a disappointing league position, is it time to reconsider Mourinho’s future at the helm of Roma?

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