Real Madrid Applaud Mourinho Ban Lift, Del Bosque Prefers Messi To Ronaldo, Cabaye To Replace Keita : My View On Today’s FCB News here:

Emilio Butragueno, Real Madrid director, has called on Barcelona to accept the decision of the Spanish Football Fedeation (RFEF) to lift the Supercopa bans of Jose Mourinho and Tito Vilanova: ‘Real Madrid have always been very respectful with regards to such decisions. In the past, Barcelona were the protagonists in similar cases and we respected decisions of this kind, just like we are doing now” – I can’t believe how anyone with a slight bit of decency can have the cheek to defend a coach who physically attacked another professional. Shameful behavior, disgraceful decisions by the RFEF!

Vicente del Bosque has revealed that he admires Barcelona attacker Lionel Messi more than Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo because of the Argentine’s style of play: “Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? I prefer Messi, because he’s more of a street player” – Coming from a former Real Madrid manager, these words have an even deeper relevance. Let’s hope Ronaldo, aka the Portuguese Diva, wasn’t listening as, if he was, his tremendous ego could be seriously affected!

Barcelona have been linked with defensive midfielders, after the exit of veteran Seydou Keita. Most recently, Newcastle and French midfielder Yohan Cabaye has been linked with the Spanish giants – A new day, a new rumour. It’s part of the summer transfer season. Despite the heavy price-tag, Javi Martinez must be the one. Read My Mind on this matter here.

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  1. I get that Barca cules hate Ronaldo; I myself love Barca(I'm Canadian). I coach/teach players a style as close to the Barca way as best as I can learn it from books, videos, matches and interviews. It truly is as fun to watch as it is to play. That being said, the Barca FC philosophy clearly mentions being respectful…

    I understand he comes across in an arrogant way – sometimes. What I don't get is the fact that many Barca fans don't respect how hard he worked to get where he is.

    Ignore the things he has said since being at Madrid. Look at the works. You will see like so many others who accomplish something and come from nothing, you don't have to like him but you DO have to respect him.

    I offer him the same respect I offer to you.

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