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Thursday, 28 April 2011

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Real FC may sue Mourinho before legenday UK libel/defamation judge Mr Justice Eady

Rome - The iconic UEFA ex-referee who once admitted 'I Love This Hell' has rubbished José Mourinho's Barcelona FC tirade.

"Someone give José a tin foil hat!" Collina told reporters from Corriere della Spoofiera.

"He's still got that stab-in-the-back paranoia left over from Abramovich days," the Italian added commenting on last night's Barcelona 2 Real Madrid 0 drubbing.

"A worldwide referees' conspiracy favoring Barca? No way, José!"

The Champions League semi-final first leg ended in humiliation with Mourinho relegated to the stands by ace German ref Wolfgang Stark following a tirade at the red carding of Real midfielder Pepe.

Today Mourinho is the subject of a Barcelona FC board meeting to consider libel/defamation proceedings against his conspiracy blast.

The Real Madrid coach was visibly upset at last night's defeat which he put down to lack of referee impartiality.

A provisional date in front of the UK judiciary super-injunction Titan Mr Justice Eady has been pencilled in for late next week.

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