FC Porto became the 12th club to win multiple European Cup/Champions League titles in a fairytale 2003–04 season. For the first time since 1993, a club outside the big four leagues won the trophy, and it was widely attributed to charismatic coach José Mourinho. The title was clinched in an emphatic 3-0 victory against AS Monaco in the Gelsenkirchen final.

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  • Questa pagina raccoglie i dati riguardanti il Futebol Clube do Porto nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 2003-2004. (it)
  • FC Porto became the 12th club to win multiple European Cup/Champions League titles in a fairytale 2003–04 season. For the first time since 1993, a club outside the big four leagues won the trophy, and it was widely attributed to charismatic coach José Mourinho. The title was clinched in an emphatic 3-0 victory against AS Monaco in the Gelsenkirchen final. Following the success, Mourinho departed the club for Chelsea, bringing key defenders Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Carvalho with him. Playmaker Deco also departed, in his case for Barcelona. Elsewhere, it got to keep midfield duo Maniche and Costinha intact, and strikers Derlei and Benni McCarthy stayed at the club. (en)
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  • Carlos Alberto
  • Fortune
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  • Élber
  • Drogba
  • Carvalho
  • Costinha
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  • on loan from Rio Ave
  • on loan to Nacional
  • on loan to União Leiria
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  • Anders Frisk
  • Kim Milton Nielsen
  • Markus Merk
  • Pierluigi Collina
  • Valentin Ivanov
  • Herbert Fandel
  • Graham Poll
  • Steve Bennett
  • Kyros Vassaras
  • Terje Hauge
  • Paul Allaerts
  • Michal Beneš
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  • Manchester United
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  • Questa pagina raccoglie i dati riguardanti il Futebol Clube do Porto nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 2003-2004. (it)
  • FC Porto became the 12th club to win multiple European Cup/Champions League titles in a fairytale 2003–04 season. For the first time since 1993, a club outside the big four leagues won the trophy, and it was widely attributed to charismatic coach José Mourinho. The title was clinched in an emphatic 3-0 victory against AS Monaco in the Gelsenkirchen final. (en)
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  • Futebol Clube do Porto 2003-2004 (it)
  • 2003–04 FC Porto season (en)
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