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Sunday, 22 April 2012

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"The Special One" gives the "blues" to Guardiola, but is his true destiny "RED"?

After putting up with the spectacular "falls", "dives" and "Hollywood play-acting" of a certain Chelsea pensioner, Barcelona trainer, Pep Guardiola, has now been poked firmly in the eye by his main rival, "The Special One"!

Last night's El Clasico proved one thing, "the times they are a changing" in the top echelons of Spanish football and cheeky chappy, ex-Chelsea manager, José Mourinho, is causing a massive land-slide towards Madrid. Barca look like a team in resignation and Lionel Messi certainly needed some cuddling from his Mummy Messi.

"The Special One" is special, no doubt and to be able to cause a Spanish football earthquake in 2 seasons is a 'Dios' given miracle. Everywhere where he goes is "Special"; Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and now the "Madrilenos".

Footy fans of purist football will prefer "Barca", but Mourinho is undoubtedly the Greatest of them all and Man Utd fans are just praying that when SAF hangs up his chewing gum, "The Special One" will take over; a marriage made in heaven!

Up till then José will continue to win everything and sweep Guardiola and his purists away in a tsunami of pure "clasico" while Man City fans hope and pray that he doesn't turn up at the "Theatre of Dreams", his true destiny! (We hope!)

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