Found September 23, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Jose Mourinho
The relationship between Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos and manager Jose Mourinho has become nonexistent, revealed journalist Alfredo Duro in the Spanish TV show Punto Pelota on Thursday. Duro also said that if the relationship doesn’t improve by the end of the season, either Sergio Ramos or Mourinho will leave the club. "Everything is related to what’s been happening lately ... There is no credibility between player and coach," Duro said. The Spanish journalist also mentioned that the Portuguese manager gives special treatment to certain players "There is different treatmentin the locker room," he said. "There is a distinction between...
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