Silvino Louro - Assistant first team coach

Highly experienced in coaching goalkeepers, Silvino Louro currently has a general coaching role at Chelsea and has been part of Jose Mourinho's staff since their successful time at Porto. He has also worked with the Portugal national team keepers. 

In his first spell with Mourinho in London, he played a big part in Petr Cech's rapid adaption to the English game and playing for a major club. A new Premier League defensive record was set when we won the title in 2005, followed by another championship for the club the following year. 

Silvino shared in the silverware success wherever Mourinho worked, and takes credit for Julio Cesar's eye-catching displays as Inter Milan won the Champions League in 2010. 

As a player, Silvino was between the posts for more than 400 games in the Portuguese league and played for Benfica in in the 1988 and 1990 European Cup finals.