18 March 2012

[Ex-player&coach] Cruyff: "Mourinho has learned nothing. Must respect more"

The Dutchman Johan Cruyff, former coach of FC Barcelona, has taken this Saturday against Real coach José Mourinho, who has said he has learned nothing, because he believes that the entity has inconsiderate azulgrana.

"I think he has learned little, because if you have not ever won have to have respect," said this afternoon Cruyff, who is also advisor to the Mexican team Chivas, after Mourinho has said this morning that the position of Madrid now makes your team no longer aware of what makes Barcelona.

"We just have to think about us. Before expected if Barça equalized or lost. Now, just think of us. Every game we win is a step towards our goal," Mourinho said, words that have returned to stir up a Cruyff that does not have good relations with the Portuguese for years.

Cruyff has participated in a tournament organized by his foundation paddle in the town of Collbató, at the foot of the mountain of Montserrat.
In addition to his point of view concerning the words of Mourinho, Cruyff has played down if azulgrana coach Josep Guardiola will renew or not, after news this week that the French player Eric Abidal needs a liver transplant.
"See what is happening with Abidal and then the important thing is: the renewal or life? What Abidal is much more important than any renewal," said.

Moreover, the former Barça president Joan Laporta, who has also participated in the tournament paddle, wanted to subtract relevance to the controversy generated a few days ago a statement from former Vice President Alfons Godall, saying that the current directive Barça chaired by Sandro Rosell, was not taking care of Laporta as did the relationships with the Spanish Federation of Football.

"Currently not being managed properly the relations with the Federation. Is surmountable and can be corrected. The Federation is the institution value and, therefore, must have an institutional harmony. Nothing," said Laporta. (via SPORT)