I was checking his stats when he first become a professional manager, in 2000, they were already astonishing.
He managed Benfica for 9 games only (he retired after a change of president). At home, he played 5 games, wining 4 of them (including 3-0 against the rival Sporting) and registered a draw on the last one. His team scored 12 goals and suffered only 4.
Just after that, always in 2000-2001, he moved to Uniao Leiria, which isn't supposed at all to be a big Portuguese team. He started with 3 draws in a row at home and then won 6 out of the 7 last games, defeating again Sporting, this time by 2-0. On those 10 games at home, his team suffered barely 3 goals, scoring 12. The team ended the league ranked 5, their best result ever.
Joining FC Porto on January 2002, he registered 3 victories and 1 draw until the lost 2-3 against Beira Mar (when his team ended with only 9 players). We know the story after that defeat, 100 games and 6 years in a row without a single defeat.
To resume, he managed 5 teams on 3 different leagues, played 118 games losing only 1, with 20 draws, wining the others 97.
25 June 2009, the day the Music died