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Mourinho threatens to leave Madrid? SEE YOU NEVER, CLOWN!!!


The Madrid-based media is full of reports of Mourinho leaving Real Madrid immediately following his regrettable behaviour in La Supercopa - but it seems as if The 5pecial Five is going nowhere.

The Madrid-based media is full of reports of Mourinho leaving Real Madrid immediately following his regrettable behaviour in La Supercopa - but it seems as if The 5pecial Five is going nowhere.

Below are extracts from a letter published via the Real Madrid official website:

Mourinho: 'I believe many people were surprised by the quality football showcased by Real Madrid during the pre-season and it would be surprising news to them if I left the club now. Impossible!'

Mourinho: 'I have a fantastic President who is very intelligent and with whom I have a great friendship. I also have a General Director who works for the club 24 hours a day, so my motivation is enormous and my Madridismo is even greater than that of some pseudo-Madridistas. There is no way I'm leaving. No way!'

Mourinho: 'I also wish to apologise to Madridistas, and only to them, for my attitude in our last game. Some people are better adapted to the hypocrisy in football than I am, and they hide their faces and speak in whispers deep inside tunnels. I'm not learning to be a hypocrite, and I don't want to'

- I can't even begin to explain how cynical these words are. Mou5inho doesn't apologise to Tito for blatantly attacking him in front of the world's media or how he has turned his squad into medieval blood hunters, to the point that Pepe The Psycho is the Madrid fans' favourite player.

To be honest, if Florentino Perez continues to allow his Clown Mourinho to destroy the little prestige Los Blancos have left, I'd be watching from the distance. As long as Barça don't get involved, I couldn't care less.

REAL MADRID, MOURINHO, FLORENTINO: YOU ARE ALL PATHETIC, YOUR CLUB IS A CIRCUS!!!!!

Comments

  1. Jose is an evil person. He didnt even say sorry to tito. "i didnt know who i was poking" when he said that what dose he mean he was trying to poke pep?

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  2. Moe Kharrazi23.8.11

    I am happy with our coach but I would take Mourinho any day.

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  3. Axrengey Sofía González Zambrano23.8.11

    ¡Mejor que se quede para que sigan haciendo el ridículo!

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  4. Viorel Onica23.8.11

    Hay mucha diferencia entre"manita"y"dedito"

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  5. Ryan C Es23.8.11

    No!!! We were enjoying kicking their asses under the infamous 5pecial 5!

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  6. Jhon Odey23.8.11

    It's a matter of tym,his face will still b covered wif shame...let him continue.

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  7. Moe Kharrazi24.8.11

    Outside of his bahavior I believe he is a great coach.

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  8. Barçablog.com ‎@moe: He can't be a great coach behaving like that. That job is not just about winning trophies but also about representing the institution in front of the world's media...

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  9. Moe Kharrazi24.8.11

    I know. Still one of the best coaches out there. There's no denying in that.

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  10. Okunuyi Omorinsola24.8.11

    Mourinho is scared of barca.his teaching violence skills doesnt oppress barca.he is tryn to cover his remaining pride.

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  11. Cudjoe Emmanuel24.8.11

    Messi will drive him away.

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  12. Mou5555inho refused to apologise to Barça for his actions in La Supercopa - What should FCB do now?

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  13. Abed Kadri Barcelona24.8.11

    Ignore the psycho SOB ! he just wants to be the center of the world , ignore him and he'll die by himself !

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  14. Andy Book24.8.11

    ignore him, that is what we should do

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  15. Drago Robert Meze24.8.11

    Win all six trophies this season!!!!!

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  16. Nick Obueh24.8.11

    This question shouldn't arise at all! Moan-ing-ho is a media/attention whore. Take it away from him, then he's as good as dead!!!

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  17. Iverson Asekomhe24.8.11

    Who cares if he does. We dont need it. To hell with him and his club.

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  18. Asmaa Emad24.8.11

    Barça should ignore him ... sometimes you must ignore the fools in order to not get yourself down to their dirty level ....let him burn in his grudge..we respond in the field and that's enough

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  19. Anonymous25.8.11

    i do think everyone should just calm down and think about the whole event.I believe both sides are to blame and there is no need to really fight about it.I mean,in the end,its just a game

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