Guardiola unleashes expletives against Mourinho

Updated: 27 April 2011 01:05 IST

Jose Mourinho's off-field tactics appear to be taking a toll on Pep Guardiola as the normally composed Barcelona coach snapped Tuesday, launching a tirade of expletives against his Real Madrid counterpart ahead of their Champions League semifinal.

Madrid:

Jose Mourinho's off-field tactics appear to be taking a toll on Pep Guardiola as the normally composed Barcelona coach snapped Tuesday, launching a tirade of expletives against his Real Madrid counterpart ahead of their Champions League semifinal.

Mourinho accused Guardiola of going too far in criticizing the Portuguese nationality of a possible referee for Wednesday's first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

A heated Guardiola responded by saying: "He's the (expletive) boss, the (expletive) master and I can't compete with him at any instant."

Mourinho and Guardiola previously spent four years together at Barcelona - Guardiola as a player and Mourinho as an assistant coach.

Topics : Football Real Madrid Barcelona John Terry Lionel Andres Messi
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