More videos of the ref helping Mourinho:
hahah I could get hours of videos where Barcelona gets help from the ref man..On another note, those of you who are getting infected by Mourinho's squizofrenia of Barca constantly receiving favors from the ref's, uefa, and spanish fa, i invite you to remember, how Inter won there champions league last year:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQ7p0OqT ... e=youtu.be
What I guess makes people mad, what makes me mad is
The obviousness of the misstakes that happens when Barcelona is in the knockout stadges. The way the players exaggerate in every situtaions, by diving and roling aroud and also by having the WHOLE team around the reff, all the time. They are supposed to be all about "sportmanship", and they do things like starting the water-sprinkles when Inter moved on to the finals at the camp nou, and saying what ever they want in the media, without any consquense (I know, mourinho..). I for an instance Chelsea would do something like that, they would be banned for life.
Just saying ..The world press coincides in deeming the red card Pepe saw against Barcelona as unfair and decisive in the outcome of the game.
Pete Jenson, The Independent (UK)
"Pepe was shown a red card for a challenge on Dani Alves after the break with the theatrical reaction to the foul ensuring the card was red and not yellow, as it should have been."
Daily Mirror (UK)
"Real defender Pepe went on 62 minutes for a studs-up challenge on Dani Alves. It was a yellow card at worst. But the Barcelona players surrounded Stark like a pack of wolves to demand action. The official panicked and produced red."
Jacopo Gerna, Gazzeta dello Sport (Italy)
"Harsh send-off. Without Pepe's questionable red card on the 61-minute mark the match couldn't have ended the way it did."
"In a match plagued by errors and confrontations, the most noteworthy was Pepe's send-off."
"An excessive red card for Pepe left Real Madrid with ten men a fourth time against Barcelona."
"Stark's mistake was to call a red card when it should have been yellow, but his greatest sin was to deprive us of football."
El Mundo (Spain)
"Once again, Real Madrid ended the match with ten men against Barcelona following Pepe's challenge on Alves, interpreted by the referee as violent when a yellow card would have probably sufficed."
"Stark arrived and made a mess of things by booking Pepe with a red card when it should have been yellow at worst. He killed the tie with one blow. He destroyed Real Madrid and gave wings to a Barcelona side that had begun to give way."
La Gaceta (Spain)
"Germany's worst referee unfairly sent Pepe off and killed the semifinals."
El Pais (Spain)
"Pepe tackled Alves on the right leg. The red card could have been yellow, but referee Wolfgang Stark sent the Madridista off."
As for rolling on the floor, everyone does it.
Also Could I ask one thing?
Honestly now, please try to take of your barca-glases and see it from a natural point of view. Do yall from the bottom of your hearts can't see what Mourinho is trying to say? Dont the things that happened against Chelsea, Inter, Arsenal and Madrid seem weard at all?