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The war continues, Mourinho attacks Guardiola again

By Liam Styles

The war continues, Mourinho attacks Guardiola again

The Portuguese coach has declared against the Catalan for no apparent reason.

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Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola lived one of the toughest confrontations in memory on the benches of the world of football. The Portuguese coach was hired by Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, to counteract the successes that the Catalan coach was achieving with the Barcelona Football Club.

Although he did not manage to stop Guardiola's triumphs, Mourinho did wear down the Santpedor man a lot, who was only on the Barça bench for four years, in which the culé team played the best football in memory. After this rivalry, which took place between 2010 and 2012, Mourinho and Guardiola have continued to meet, but never with the same tension.

Now, however, the Portuguese has revived the conflicts of that time with a completely gratuitous attack on Guardiola. Mourinho has criticized the play of his team, Roma, after drawing in the Europa League against Swiss side Servette. While he was complaining about his footballers, a poisoned dart treacherously launched against the Catalan arrived; I can't do like Guardiola. When he is not happy with a player, he kicks him out. He kicks it and chooses another.

I can't do this, Guardiola could do it. Mourinho, then, has made reference to the money of Manchester City, a club where the Santpedor player is getting closer to the excellence that he achieved with Barça. Once again, Mourinho is once again the saddest face of football, with regrettable unsportsmanship.

Mou's revenge

When the Portuguese coach is frustrated, he brings out the most aggressive version of him, with a bad losing that is not an example for anyone and that speaks very badly of him. On this occasion, the most surprising thing is that the attack is carried out with total treachery, since Guardiola has nothing to do with Mourinho's Roma, not even with the competition in question, the Europa League.
 


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