When Jose Mourinho Told Xabi Alonso And Sergio Ramos To Get Sent Off

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  1. Its not Hose, its Jose. The man constantly says it himself, JOZEY is portugese and HOSEY is south American

  2. Chelsea didn't need 'dirty' tactics against Liverpool, Gerrard did all the work for us that day

  3. To those saying "there's nothing in the rules, it's just a loophole": not entirely true. This isn't the criminal law of a country and general unsportsmanlike conduct can be fined without there being a specific rule (e. g. Article 52 of UEFA regulations, similar passages are in place elsewhere). So actions against the spirit of the game (which is not sharply defined) can be fined.

    Also this wasn't the first time something like this happened, in Germany in 1991 Frank Ordenewitz got intentionally red carded for the same reason: to sit out his ban during an unimportant game. The coach's order "Mach et, Otze" (dialect for "do it, Otze" – Otze is a nickname of Ordenewitz) has become a well known expression over here.

  4. the fine was not enough, they should've been suspended for one match in knockout stages, because that was the purpose of the red cards.

  5. The new rules prevent this ever happening again 😂 If the think you’re doing it on purpose, they suspend you for 2 games

  6. that's not look like breaking any rule he just found a loophole..😂
    like if you agree..🤗

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