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PostSubject: Barcelona/Real Madrid   Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:41 pm

Any thoughts on the latest round of Barcelona vs Real Madrid?

The shenanigans on and off the field are getting to be a serious problem when these two meet. I fear where this is going and what the Spanish league will do to stop it.

While Barcelona dive, roll all over the place and generally get the run of the green when it comes to official decisions, Real Madrid do attempt to kick them off the pitch when things are going against them.

Has Mourinho's actions lessen your opinion of the man?

The ear twist on the Barcelona assistant is beneath a top manager, but I am unsure whether my opinion on Mourinho has lessen much. I wonder if this is all part of Mourinho's siege mentality and his way of taking the attention and pressure off his players by putting it all on him? He still remains the type of manager you can't stand if he is managing an opponent, but would like to have managing your club. It would be interesting to know if Mourinho adds to Real Madrid's commercial endeavors or adversely affects them.





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PostSubject: Re: Barcelona/Real Madrid   Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:51 pm

I thought the match was great. Thoroughly enjoyed it and won a cheeky fiver on top of that.

I dont endorse the behaviour of the players but it was the perfect match. Good football, lots of goals, passion, rash challenges, a bit of a brawl at the end. Perfect.

At least the players care, and obviously its not on when you see club officials and subs pouring onto the pitch and the manager doing what Moroniho did, but still, it adds to the spectacle.

Madrid are poor losers, but they were a top top club, turned into losers by a superb Barca team. Madrid are thugs and Barca are cheats, but that is Spains top two. Love watching the games!

Mourinho should just get a hefty touchline ban, 6 matches should stop him doing it again. Or perhaps you could just cage the bench? If Spain finds this a problem, they have to be harsh in their dealing with it.
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PostSubject: Re: Barcelona/Real Madrid   Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:59 pm

One concern for the Spanish league is that this rivalry is already hot enough. I don't know how many away supporters each team gets, but I don't think I would want to be an away supporter in either of these grounds. You can barley drive a car with Barcelona plates in Madrid without it being damaged and vice versa, how long before a supporter gets serious hurt because the fans have upped their intensity as a result of the actions on the pitch?

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PostSubject: Re: Barcelona/Real Madrid   Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:50 pm

Do you know.... For the first time I dont agree with something Jose did.

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