Champions League Update - April 2011 Champions League Final

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Jose Mourinho Hints at Champions League Conspiracy In Favor of Barcelona

Jose Mourinho is facing a massive UEFA ban after a shocking post-match rant. The Real Madrid manager last night accused European football's rulers of a conspiracy to help Barcelona to win the Champions League.

"If I say to him and UEFA what I think my career ends today.

"I can't say what I feel. I only leave one question. Why? Why? Ovrebo, Bussaca, Frisk, Stark? Why to all these people. Each semi-final always brings the same. We're talking about a fantastic football team. So why?"

Citing the Catalan's shirt sponsors, Mourinho added last night: "I don't know if it's the advertising for Unicef. I don't know if it's UEFA.

"Congratulations for a wonderful football team. It must be difficult to get this power. They have managed to get this power.

"No-one else has any chance really. Wenger and Nasri. Today myself. I don't understand why. I hope one day I will find the answer. I was sent off with a red card."

Lionel Messi hit a wonder goal to make Barcelona favourites for the Final. Messi beat four players on 87 minutes to net the second of two goals at the Bernebeu last night and make it 52 for the season.

In 15 years no team has ever overturned a two-goal deficit in the champions League semi-final. Real will be without influential defender Sergio Ramos.

Continuing his rant, Mourinho added: "It's mission impossible. they have to reach the final and they will. Thats it. Perhaps they could win on merit.

"This match was bound for a nil-nil result. Why did he do this? He won't answer because now he is going home.

"Last year was a miracle but this year absolutely nothing. Why don't they let other teams play against them?

"Yes we are out. We will go [to the Nou Camp] with all the pride and respect for our world.

"Sometimes I feel disgusted living in this world and earning my living in this world. We have to do it with pride. Without Pepe. Without Ramos. Without the coach.

"The result is practically impossible to revert. If we score in Barcelona they will kill us again. There is no chance for us."

"He has wonderful ability to take on players, and he's only 23, and already the third highest top scorer at Barcelona! Third!

"At a 100-year-old club! It's absolutely incredible. That's the beauty of our football and the way we play."


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