Why don't you drop it? You tell me to drop it yet you seem to continue talking over and over, what do you expect me to do? Just shut up? Specially when I disagree.... Why do I take it so seriously, cause your annoying, your "hot N cold" you change your mind almost everyday, and you talk with such confidence and certainty that what your saying is the truth.. Ejem Hitler debate, Messi can't win game on his own, Ronaldo is better than Messi, South Americans only go to Europe to "learn to play better", its honestly annoying how your version HAS to be the truth, and how your version changes with every moon, and then you get mad cause people disagree... Hey man, you don't want people to disagree with your stuff, theres a good cooking forum right here, check it out:klc123 wrote:Why haven't you dropped it?
Inter were not expected to beat Barcelona. Inter were not expected to go through. Inter are not considered as good as Barcelona at the moment by many. These are opinions many many people have. I clicked information on my sky box yesterday and it said "after a shock loss at the San Siro, Barcelona now play at Nou Camp to defend their title..." Even the retards at sky that don't have a clue about sport, they just program the TV schedule thought that Inter were the underdogs.
I know it's often you see underdogs win, but my point was that they would not have won without Mourinho managing them because he gave them the tactical sense to beat Barcelona.
Say whatever the fu** you want to be honest but I still maintain that Barcelona were expected to go through over Inter from the start. Just drop it and stop been so critical over the tiny things I say and acting like I've just kicked you in the bollocks by saying them?
PF, Mourinho isn't the first DT to beat this Barcelona, Rubin Kazaan beat them in Nou Camp, Espanyol tied them and could have beat them, but they lacked the offensive material, Atletico de Madrid beat them, so did Sevilla, all these teams with less stars, with less quality players, and worse in their league beat Barcelona, why aren't you saying they are the best DT's in the world?... Theres DT's that realize that the best tactic isn't to attack straight foward, for some it works, for some it doesn't the main reason it worked for Inter, and not, for other teams, is because Inter has quality footballers, that can score in few chances and counterattacks..
In all honesty, Barcelona is a great team, but so is Inter, they've been champions of their league for so many seasons, and the reputation Barcelona hass, is the same Man U had, is the same Milan had, and so on, Champions are always seen "as the strongest" until someone comes and beats them, it has happend for everychampions league since they started .. That doesn't mean that the team that knocked out the champion "has the best coach ever", they have a good coach, they're in form, but next season probablilities and statistics have shown, that someone is gonna knock them out... Ferguson walked over Mourinho last year tactically, in San Siro Man U gave Inter a dance, and in Man U a comfortable 2- 0... Inter recently has always been seen as one of the best 5, I remember precisly last season i think it was Cruyff said the final is "Barcelona vs whoever wins Inter/ManU in the 16th round" its not like Inter is a shyte mid-table team that suddenly started playing well cause Mourinho is there..
Inter right now = Chelsea, Man U, Barcelona level... There a top team, with one of the best squads, good job for beating Barcelona, its not that big of a deal, if you would say Barcelona got beat by fu** Lyon, or Stuttgart I would take off my hat for their manager, but Mourinho has an excellent squad and Inter always been an excellent team, so it was a big probability. . . .
Mourinho is a good coach, excellent coach to be honest, but to call him the best just because he's in the final is absurd, specially when this phenomenom happens year after year...
And vs Barcelonaa, Mourinho has lost more than he won, so...
He always has multi-million dolar squads.. Chelea, Inter, his only real merit that I was truely in awe was with Porto, but after that he basically had to leave Chelsea because he didn't win..... I remember him saying something about lacking the ingredients to win.