Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho enjoys his nickname the 'Special One'.

Mourinho dubbed himself the 'Special One' while at Chelsea.

"It does not bother me. It is a consequence of my words, I cannot fault anyone for using that name. I said those words from the depths of my heart.

"I felt I could really have an impact in England, I could do something special. It was a funny moment, in a good way."

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