Jose Mourinho has damaged Real Madrid

Written By BangBangDut on Rabu, 04 Mei 2011 | 17.14

Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes Jose Mourinho has damaged the reputation of the club with his comments and actions following their elimination at the hands of Barcelona in the Champions League. 

Madrid were dumped from Europe following the 1-1 draw at Camp Nou (3-1 on aggregate), in a game in which Mourinho was not present following his sending off last week.

Plenty of growls followed the first-leg, with both Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo suggesting there were sinister forces working against their team. 

The coach was filmed by Spanish media making a hand gesture on their return from last night's game, suggesting they had been robbed.

Calderon is not impressed by the talk, nor by Madrid's wavering form, and he believes the mess has stemmed from Mourinho's ruling circle.

"To talk like that has been harmful for Real Madrid," Calderon told BBC Sport. "Big clubs should not blame the referee for their mistakes or their defeats.

"We invested £400 million in the last two years to be a very important and strong team so if you lose you cannot blame injuries, bad luck, referees or nothing. 

"If you lose you have to congratulate the rival and that is all. What he did in terms of talking about Uefa and referees is not acceptable at all," Calderon concluded.

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