José "The Special One" Mourinho

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Barcelona have great qualities, but what I can't stand is them being all over the referee in the blink of an eye all the time. Heck, with the Arbeloa-Pedro thing on the midway line (Arbeloa is a dick btw), even Valdes was in the referee's face within three seconds. That is what disgusts me about Barcelona, the incredibly exaggerated way of reacting. I mean, Pinto was sent off from the bench during the interval! And I know he has been sent off from the bench before, plus I can't stand him for what he did vs Copenhagen (making a whistle sound to stop a Copenhagen attack).

I'm admittedly annoyed about Barcelona being such a great team, but the attitude makes me sick.

Did Jose make a mistake with the tactics? Well, the result suggests he did, but then again, Barca were very silent before Pepe's sending off. Pepe has been huge these Clasicos, because he tears up the midfield, and without him, Real had a much more difficult job. The red card was extremely harsh, imo. I immediately thought it to be a yellow, and was surprised to see the red. Mourinho may not suit Real Madrid's way of playing, because to beat Barcelona you simply can't attack them without regard for defence. They are too strong right now. You have to sacrifice your own game to play a different one to beat Barca. Had Pepe not been sent off, 0-0 was the likely result, with everything to play for at Nou Camp.

So I believe Jose did what he had to do, play defence. But you can always concede a goal, and then it's much more difficult. I can't really criticize Jose for playing defence, because it's the only tactic that has been proven to beat Barca (Inter last year, CdR final). Try not playing defence and you get crushed (Barca-Real 5-0, Shakthar 5-1, Arsenal). Playing defence vs Barca is walking a thin line, but attacking is plain suicide. When you get a red card every time as well, it's extremely difficult, simply due to the quality of Barcelona.

Jose makes one hell of a show, and I don't get the purpose of being sent off. He did it at Chelsea to fire up the team, but this was not a match in which to apply that tactic, anyway it didn't work.
 

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I like my INTER 2010 style: extra defense with effective offense
That kind of football is what made us champions of EVERYTHING in the 60's and last year.
Waiting for Mourinho's return.

FUCK tiki-taka
FUCK Joga Bonito

I actually like our defensive inter more than farca tiki taka...
 

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Barcelona have great qualities, but what I can't stand is them being all over the referee in the blink of an eye all the time. Heck, with the Arbeloa-Pedro thing on the midway line (Arbeloa is a dick btw), even Valdes was in the referee's face within three seconds. That is what disgusts me about Barcelona, the incredibly exaggerated way of reacting. I mean, Pinto was sent off from the bench during the interval! And I know he has been sent off from the bench before, plus I can't stand him for what he did vs Copenhagen (making a whistle sound to stop a Copenhagen attack).

I'm admittedly annoyed about Barcelona being such a great team, but the attitude makes me sick.

Did Jose make a mistake with the tactics? Well, the result suggests he did, but then again, Barca were very silent before Pepe's sending off. Pepe has been huge these Clasicos, because he tears up the midfield, and without him, Real had a much more difficult job. The red card was extremely harsh, imo. I immediately thought it to be a yellow, and was surprised to see the red. Mourinho may not suit Real Madrid's way of playing, because to beat Barcelona you simply can't attack them without regard for defence. They are too strong right now. You have to sacrifice your own game to play a different one to beat Barca. Had Pepe not been sent off, 0-0 was the likely result, with everything to play for at Nou Camp.

So I believe Jose did what he had to do, play defence. But you can always concede a goal, and then it's much more difficult. I can't really criticize Jose for playing defence, because it's the only tactic that has been proven to beat Barca (Inter last year, CdR final). Try not playing defence and you get crushed (Barca-Real 5-0, Shakthar 5-1, Arsenal). Playing defence vs Barca is walking a thin line, but attacking is plain suicide. When you get a red card every time as well, it's extremely difficult, simply due to the quality of Barcelona.

Jose makes one hell of a show, and I don't get the purpose of being sent off. He did it at Chelsea to fire up the team, but this was not a match in which to apply that tactic, anyway it didn't work.


I only saw the match after Pepe sending off.. and I thought it was harsh... Motta sending off is even harsher..
Madrid didn't have the squad to park the airplane like we did... and playing against farca is always hard, it is even harder when u're less than 11..
I didn't fancy madrid, but looking at them really reminded me of last year inter. Even though , I think they would find it imposible to beat farca 3-0 at their own turf.... even a tie at nou camp is actually a good result.

Mou could not complain for not having the players he needed, like he complained when we lost to ManU..., blaming the referee is one of the excuse i could see.. farca is just strong
 

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It wasn't intentional at all. Marcelo wasn't even looking at him.
And what rule says that the player must be looking at the other for it to be intentional? In a close contact like that, you have some orientation, and it's not hard to "pin point" other player without directly looking.

In fact, MOST of those straight reds, like punches, kicks etc. are WITHOUT the other player looking. Why? Because they want to get away with it, and then have an excuse "Well, I wasn't looking etc...".

B) Lets assume it WAS an accident. If it indeed was, shouldn't human dignity tell you to go to the hurt person and comfort/appologise? I mean, if it was unintentional, then CLEARLY it should be the first action you do. And when you step on the field, and on the leg, there is no way you couldn't feel the difference. But guess what, nothing of that happened. Marcelo stepped on him, and walk the other way. In Coppa game? They even try to rise Villa up, as saying nothing happened. Disgusting, although this is different case, but it shows you how they are "aware" that it was unintentional.

So stop brainwashing me, and saying like nothing happened.

were you inside Pepe's body at the time to be that obvious?
Man... stay in the kindergarden if you can't read.
 

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This Busquets guy is so despicable.. just like with Motta last year, he clutches his face as if someone hit him in the jaw with a baseball bat, when of course absolutely nothing really happened :palm:

And that's the future of Spanish football eh, I hope he dies! Fuking cheater :mad:
 

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Real has so many champions , im sure they r not feeling inferior than barca, if i were Perez i 'll fire Mou this season.... then Morattis is happy
 

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Fuck Uefa, Forza Mou!
 

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And what rule says that the player must be looking at the other for it to be intentional? In a close contact like that, you have some orientation, and it's not hard to "pin point" other player without directly looking.

In fact, MOST of those straight reds, like punches, kicks etc. are WITHOUT the other player looking. Why? Because they want to get away with it, and then have an excuse "Well, I wasn't looking etc...".

B) Lets assume it WAS an accident. If it indeed was, shouldn't human dignity tell you to go to the hurt person and comfort/appologise? I mean, if it was unintentional, then CLEARLY it should be the first action you do. And when you step on the field, and on the leg, there is no way you couldn't feel the difference. But guess what, nothing of that happened. Marcelo stepped on him, and walk the other way. In Coppa game? They even try to rise Villa up, as saying nothing happened. Disgusting, although this is different case, but it shows you how they are "aware" that it was unintentional.

So stop brainwashing me, and saying like nothing happened.


Man... stay in the kindergarden if you can't read.

If you think Marcelo is going to apologize to a guy that's been diving all game then you need to get out of your perfect little la-la land and smell the coffee.
 

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If you think Marcelo is going to apologize to a guy that's been diving all game then you need to get out of your perfect little la-la land and smell the coffee.
Too bad he didn't break his leg. After all your argument is bulet proof, and gives Marcelo clean slate to do anything.

He DID HURT him, and human dignity tells you to appologise/pat him on his back, anything. If you don't, you're a scum. I don't care what happened prior to this(unless the other person did the same before, but that wasn't the case).
 

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LOL Pepe didn't touch Daniel Alves, how the f*ck that was a red card ?

 

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And Arbeloa hit him in the face, right? :palm:
My point was, that he DID stand on his foot, which obviously had to have some pain following. I was not pointing to that in the matter that, he looked in pain so he was hurt. Obviously barca players are pathetic in those diving and stuff, but this time he was stand on.

It's not the same situation, and you try to make it to be.
 

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Apparentely now Barca want to report Mou to Uefa for his words after the match.

I hate these scum! Mourinho speaks the truth, but of course people always want to punish him for that. Imho Pepe's challenge simply wasn't a red card no matter how you look at it, and fact is the decision to book him basically won Barca the match.

And where do these cheats get the nerve to report Mou after their own awful unsportsman like behaviour in this match?
 

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Yesterday's match truly showcased the Catalan spirit! How proud that little, unimportant region of Spain must feel about the actors and cheats they produced!
 

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Apparentely now Barca want to report Mou to Uefa for his words after the match.


:lol:

What about Pep for his rant before the match? He swore in front of all of the journalists. That made TV, Radio, Internet etc... Bloody hypocrites.
 
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