One would imagine he should focus that energy on improving his and the players' performances. He seems to think there's never anything wrong with the way he plays, but referees and whatnot. He'll probably tell his players to play rough next week, get sent off so he can make up excuses for the result. He often seems to be asking for punishments and when he gets one he makes a huge deal out of it. "Me, again?"That's what make Mourinho a genius IMO. He makes headlines when his teams play poorly to deflect criticism off his team. It takes a lot of pressure off them.
On another note, did Real Madrid leave out a frame in their video "by accident"? Saw this pic on another site and it's pretty interesting if Real Madrid published an edited video on their official site like some accused earlier:
I agree it often gets pretty boring but I don't see there's anything Barcelona can do about it when every team they go up against plays a 10-man defense. The way practically every team plays against Barcelona is to play very defensively to keep them from scoring and try to score from the few counterattacks they get. And if you watch closely, Messi is often very active in the games. There's just not much highlight-video type stuff to do when he usually plays middle-ish and is surrounded closely by three or four players.Jimi Hendrix said:Of course, having Messi allows them to spend 70 minutes doing absolutely nothing with the ball, knowing that the Argentinian can decide a match in a few seconds.
But I find the way they play extremely, extremely boring...maybe a passive play rule similar to the one which exists in handball should be introduced in football.