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Jose Mourinho will reportedly hold a team meeting today to warn his Chelski stars that Barcelona will use dirty tricks in a bid to get them either sent off or booked when the two sides meet on Wednesday.

 

Mourinho will particularly stress the point to John Terry and Frank Lampard, both of whom would be suspended from the return leg in the Nou Camp if they were to be cautioned at Stamford Bridge.

 

The Chelski boss, says The Daily Telegraph, will tell the pair that ?Barcelona may seek to provoke a booking?.

 

Mourinho is also expected to use his pre-match press conference today to put pressure on referee Terje Hauge by citing Barcelona's penalty record this season. The Catalans have already earned eleven spot-kicks this term, resulting in nine dismissals.

 

Quoted in The Sun this morning, the man who defended Arjen Robben's recent theatrics against Liverpool, declared: "Let it be clear: I don?t like dives or divers. Nor do I like winning or losing because of refereeing mistakes. But I also don?t like fairy-tale discussions.?

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Mourinho will particularly stress the point to John Terry and Frank Lampard, both of whom would be suspended from the return leg in the Nou Camp if they were to be cautioned at Stamford Bridge.

 

The Chelski boss, says The Daily Telegraph, will tell the pair that ?Barcelona may seek to provoke a booking?.

 

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The Chelski boss, says The Daily Telegraph, will tell the pair that ?Barcelona may seek to provoke a booking in the exact manner of Eidur Gudjohnsen's theatrics last year which saw Liverpool's Xabi Alonso suspended for the Anfield leg, and that his team should be wary of what goes around coming around?.

Nothing wrong with that.

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Quoted in The *** this morning, the man who defended Arjen Robben's recent theatrics against Liverpool, declared: "Let it be clear: I don?t like dives or divers. Nor do I like winning or losing because of refereeing mistakes. But I also don?t like fairy-tale discussions.?

 

Once upon a time, a little boy with a big head called Mourinho found a poorly robben on his lawn. 'Why do keep falling down, my little robben?' The robben said it was because of the reina. 'Then you must wear a reina hat and some wellington boots, little robben,' said Mourinho. 'And maybe carry an umbrella, too, just to keep yourself top-top dry and upright'. The little robben thought about this for a moment or two, and then agreed that it was a top-top idea. 'What about my thinning hair, Mourinho, my new master'. Mourinho replied: 'That you're stuck with, you slap-headed diving fecker'.

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a bit off topic but there was a thing in the Guaradian about this morning that hinted that he has Di Canio type far-right leanings on the political side. Unsubstantited but interesting nonetheless.

 

Big thing about that in the Observer review section on Sunday, probably the same article.

 

Just another reason to dislike the c***.

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