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What has Mourinho said now?

2009-03-05 16:19

Inter coach Jose Mourinho has been charged with making "harmful remarks to the reputation of referees" after he alleged Juventus had benefited from mistakes by officials this term, the Italian Soccer Federation said in a statement.

An indication of his possible punishment had been expected but instead a federation tribunal will decide whether the outspoken Portuguese should face a fine or a touchline ban.

Reuters

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  • Anonymous User - 2009-03-05 20:32

    So what?! He just spoke his mind Im number 1

  • whateva - 2009-03-06 09:48

    This idiot will blame the wind if it`s blowing in the wrong direction!!! When his team plays badly or loses it`s always the ref or pitch or fans thats at fault. How childish can you be. What a relief he`s out of England.

  • Anonymous User - 2009-03-06 12:44

    Coaches should learn to understand that referees are human and the also make mistakes. They should prepare their team other that focussing on these poor referees. There is no doubt he is a good coach but he must learn to keep quite and focus on his job as referees are also trying their best to do their jobs. This is not a perfect world. From Warrie-K in Centurion

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