Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Mourinho: Madrid Have Opportunity to Semifinal!

MADRID - Real Madrid coach, Jose Mourinho, insisting that his team still has a chance to advance to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey. Mourinho also feels his team has performed well so far in La Liga, and believes his arrival has made Madrid a lot of change.
Wednesday night in Spain, Real Madrid will come to the headquarters to Barcelona to fight quota Copa del Rey semifinals. Madrid came with a condition of less advantaged, the article suffers defeat 2-1 at home. Even so, it is not too worried about Mourinho.
"I think my team still has a chance to play in the semifinals, so we will try our best. But we know, we lost 2-1 in the first game of the enemy, so there is also a chance we were not able to make it happen (to qualify for the semifinals, "said Mourinho, reported by the Goal, Wednesday (01/24/2012)
"Changes in Barcelona's squad did not have much effect for me (in terms of the preparation team). They play the game and their principles, even if the players can change, "he added.
Portuguese coach also rejected the notion is more inferior than Barcelona Madrid. According to former coach of Inter Milan, Chelsea and Porto this, Madrid is a good team, and not as bad as people think.
"We still have five more points than the team that many consider to be the best team in the world. That's because we did not play bad and problematic as many people think, "he said.
The coach nicknamed The Special One has also confirmed he has played a major role to change the team Real Madrid. He also describes vividly the changes that have been made with the Los Merengues, but all it says is covered by the defeat of Barcelona which exposed massive.
"When I came here, the club has a tradition of being eliminated from the Copa del Rey with a team from the lower divisions. When I arrived, we were not seeded team in the Champions League and now we still have a team record for most wins in the group phase. It seems I have a lot of problems, "he said.


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