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Perez backs Mourinho over fixture flap

Posted Monday, March 14, 2011 by Supersport.com96 hits

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has backed Jose Mourinho in his complaints over the Spanish league fixtures schedule, which the Portuguese coach argues works in Barcelona's favour. Mourinho has repeatedly complained in recent weeks that Real have less time for rest between matches than arch-rivals and league leaders Barcelona. The 48-year-old has also complained that Real play in the ...Full Story »

No way Jose will replace Fergie

Posted Monday, March 14, 2011 by hits

GARY NEVILLE has told Jose Mourinho to forget managing Manchester United anytime soon. We revealed on Saturday the Special One is ready to quit Real Madrid and return to the Premier League next season. But United legend Neville, 36, has ruled out any possibility of the former Chelsea chief replacing Alex Ferguson in the foreseeable future. Neville, who played under Fergie for 20 years ...Full Story »

Which club will Jose choose?

Posted Saturday, March 12, 2011 by The Sun137 hits

BACK FOR MOUR ... Mourinho will spark a bidding war on his return to the Premier League ROMAN ABRAMOVICH had better swallow his pride and pick up the phone if he wants Jose Mourinho back as Chelsea boss this summer. And the Blues' billionaire Russian owner had better be quick about it too. Otherwise Abramovich runs the risk of seeing the Special One plundering silverware at one of Chelsea's...Full Story »

Ronaldo should be fit for Lyon - Mourinho

Posted Saturday, March 12, 2011 by Supersport.com339 hits

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo should recover from a muscle strain in time to face Olympique Lyon in the Champions League last-16 second leg next week, coach Jose Mourinho said on Friday. The Portuguese international picked up the injury just over a week ago and was left out of the squad for Real's La Liga clash at home to struggling Hercules on Saturday. "I think he'll play, but I do...Full Story »

Jose: I’m coming home

Posted Saturday, March 12, 2011 by hits

JOSE MOURINHO is planning a spectacular return to the Premier League next season. The Special One desperately misses the passion and excitement of English football - his spiritual home. And after three years away with Inter Milan and Real Madrid, he is ready for a dramatic comeback. The shock news is certain to signal a stampede among England's top teams to capture his signature. Manch...Full Story »

Real Madrid vs Hercules CF preview - Mourinho slams fixture schedule

Posted Saturday, March 12, 2011 by PA43 hits

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will be without Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Carvalho for the game against Hercules and has bizarrely threatened to leave out goalkeeper Iker Casillas next weekend to "make it easy" for Barcelona to win La Liga. Mourinho used his pre-match press conference to once again hit out at the fixture schedule he believes favours Pep Guardiola's side and claimed he could...Full Story »

Alonso lauds motivational Mourinho

Posted Friday, March 11, 2011 by ESPN40 hits

Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso has praised Jose Mourinho's ability to motivate and connect with his players. Alonso, who moved to Real in 2009, has in the past shared excellent relationships with his managers, having been one of Rafa Benitez's favourite at Liverpool, as well as playing almost every game under Manuel Pellegrini last season. However, Alonso believes that despite current co...Full Story »

Flat backing for Jose

Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 by skysports.com72 hits

'Lack of support may be key in convincing Mourinho to move on' Jose Mourinho would jump at the chance to leave Real Madrid right now, according to Guillem Balague. The 'Special One's side trail Barcelona by seven points after being humiliated in the season's first El Clasico and last week it was reported that a fan had tried to attack him in La Coruna. To make matters worse, Mourinho is vil...Full Story »

Mourinho lauds Granero's work rate

Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 by ESPN63 hits

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has praised Esteban Granero as the most hardworking player at the club.Granero, started his career on the youth ranks of Real but having failed to break into the first team, left the club to join fellow La Liga outfit Getafe in 2007.As with most of the young players that are allowed to leave the club, Real included a buy-back clause in the transfer deal, and aft...Full Story »

Jose: I'd never betray the Blues

Posted Friday, March 04, 2011 by hits

  JOSE MOURINHO has ruled out managing one of Chelsea's rivals — if he was to ever leave Real Madrid. The Special One has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu after clashing with club president Florentino Perez over player recruitment. Reports in Italy claim Roma are lining up an offer in a bid to tempt him to replace Claudio Ranieri after the Italian quit last month. ...Full Story »

Mourinho takes swipe at predecessor

Posted Thursday, March 03, 2011 by Supersport.com54 hits

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho took a swipe at his predecessor Manuel Pellegrini on Wednesday, saying that, unlike the Chilean, he would end up at a big club if he was fired by the Spanish giants. Pellegrini signed with La Liga strugglers Malaga following his dismissal by Real at the end of last season after failing to win any trophies during the 2009-10 campaign, his first with the club. ...Full Story »

Mourinho says no pressure on Kaka

Posted Thursday, March 03, 2011 by Supersport.com108 hits

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho said on Wednesday he is putting no pressure on Brazilian international midfielder Kaka to return to form after his injury. "Kaka hasn't played for six months, but it has actually been longer because he hasn't been in optimum form for a year and a half," he told a news conference after morning training. "He relies on his talent and speed, which doesn't make t...Full Story »

Mourinho ridicules Pellegrini’s retreat to Malaga

Posted Thursday, March 03, 2011 by YAHOO Sport158 hits

MADRID (AP)—Jose Mourinho ridiculed Manuel Pellegrini’s decision to coach at Malaga after being fired by Real Madrid at the end of last season. Mourinho stoked Thursday’s Spanish league matchup between the clubs during a hostile news conference on Wednesday, when he also lashed out at “hypocrites” who attacked his criticisms over Spanish league scheduling. Mourinh...Full Story »

José Mourinho hits out at La Liga chiefs after Real stalemate

Posted Tuesday, March 01, 2011 by Thesportreview.com84 hits

Real Madrid boss blasts La Liga schedule after his side were held to goalless draw at Deportivo La Coruña José Mourinho's side are seven points behind leaders Barcelona Real Madrid manager José Mourinho slammed Spanish football’s congested fixture schedule after his side were held to a goalless draw at Deportivo La Coruña on Saturday. The result saw Madrid, who had t...Full Story »

Jose - Trophies over records

Posted Monday, February 28, 2011 by skysports.com73 hits

Former Chelsea manager is still setting records Jose Mourinho has insisted his nine-year unbeaten record in home games means nothing to him. The last time the self-styled "Special One" lost a league game in front of his own fans was when Porto were beaten by Beira Mar on 23rd February, 2002. Mourinho has since gone an incredible 148 games unbeaten with Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real M...Full Story »

Jose fumes: We need Mour rest

Posted Monday, February 28, 2011 by The Sun64 hits

JOSE MOURINHO has blasted Spain's soccer authorities after his Real Madrid side lost more ground at the top of La Liga. He claims his players had not been given enough rest after Tuesday's Champions League match ahead of Saturday's goalless draw with Deportivo La Coruna. The dropped points enabled Barcelona to stretch their lead at the top to seven points after they won 3-0 at Real Mallorca....Full Story »

Mallorca vs Barcelona preview - Guardiola better than Mourinho - Rosell

Posted Saturday, February 26, 2011 by PA136 hits

Barcelona president Sandro Rosell believes Pep Guardiola is a better option as coach than Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho at the Catalan club. Guardiola signed a one-year extension this week to remain at Barca until the end of next season and should he complete it, will become only the fourth coach to last for four or more entire campaigns at the Nou Camp. Since his arrival in 2008, Guardiola ha...Full Story »

Deportivo La Coruna vs Real Madrid preview - Mourinho ideal for Madrid - Ramos

Posted Saturday, February 26, 2011 by PA80 hits

Sergio Ramos believes Jose Mourinho's "very direct" approach makes him the ideal man to lead Real Madrid as they head into the crucial phase of their season. Real trail Barcelona by five points in the Primera Division, and that could be up to eight points by the team Mourinho's team kick off at the Riazor against Deportivo La Coruna. Barcelona face Real Mallorca immediately prior to Real's m...Full Story »

Karim Benzema needs to improve - Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho

Posted Friday, February 25, 2011 by Goal.com94 hits

French striker 'very happy' with goal against Lyon Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho insists striker Karim Benzema needs to improve to fulfil his true potential. The France international forward has struggled for much of the 2010-11 campaign but he was on target in Madrid's 1-1 draw with Olympique Lyonnais in the first leg of their last 16 tie in the Champions League this week. However, Mouri...Full Story »

José Mourinho aims to smash down Real Madrid's European barrier

Posted Tuesday, February 22, 2011 by theguardian.com155 hits

Real Madrid face Lyon on Tuesday night knowing they have not got past the last-16 stage of the Champions League since 2004 Real Madrid coach José Mourinho is under pressure to deliver Champions League success to the Spanish club. Others have been sacked for less. Lesser men have been sacked for more. But José Mourinho is different. Special. Tonight will go a long way to discovering ...Full Story »

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