Chelsea FC Manager Jose Mourinho is not short of suitors despite the poor performance of the Stamford Bridge outfit, with former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon stating that Florentino Perez is still trying to bring him to the Santiago Bernabeu outfit.
Former Real Madrid president, Ramon Calderon, says that Jose Mourinho could not cope with the pressure at Real Madrid. Current Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho managed Real Madrid from 2010 to 2013 winning Copa Del Rey, La Liga and Spanish Supercup in the three seasons. However, his tenure ended on a sour note as dressing room squabbles and inability to end the 2012-13 season with any major silverware eventually led to the Portuguese exiting the club to return to Stamford Bridge. Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon claimed that a Real Madrid manager goes through a lot of pressure and said that Mourinho failed to cope with it. “To be a manager of Real Madrid is really, really difficult,” Calderon told BBC World Service. “See what happened to Mourinho. “He is someone who is used to coping with pressure and he couldn’t. “When Mourinho left, things were in a really bad situation,” said Calderon, who was president from 2006-2009. “He had […]
In the third edition of The Talking Game, editor Amlan Majumdar caught up with Former Real Madrid President, Ramon Calderon. Read on for some exciting answers.
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