begona villacisdeputy mayor of Madrid, wanted to leave her opinion on the ‘Negreira case’ after Real Madrid has decided to appear as an accusation for the payments from FC Barcelona to Enríquez Negreira, former vice-president of the Technical Committee of referees and he did it in a curious way: “Mourinho was right”he wrote on his social networks.
“Not looking the other way in the face of the accusations against Barça is the way that Spanish football, the League and arbitration save their prestige“The deputy mayor posted on her official Twitter account, citing the Real Madrid tweet in which the statement was posted explaining that they will appear in the case.
“The fairness of the competition is at stake. Only it should matter what was done, not who did itVillacis added.
Although without a doubt the most surprising thing about his comment was the allusion he made to the man who was Real Madrid’s coach between 2010 and 2013. “Was Mourinho right? Mourinho was right,” wrote the deputy mayor.
Not looking the other way in the face of the accusations against Barça is the way for Spanish football, the League and arbitration to save their prestige
The fairness of the competition is at stake. It should only matter what was done, not who did it.
Was Mourinho right?
Mourinho was right https://t.co/Ceo6Y8MQJG
— Begona Villacís (@begonavillacis) March 12, 2023
Jose Mourinho was undoubtedly the most critical coach with referee aid that, in his opinion, he received FC Barcelona at that time, leaving unforgettable press conferences such as that of the famous ‘why’, the list of referees who allegedly harmed Real Madrid or the time he told Clos Gómez (currently in charge of VAR at CTA) a “go to celebrate it with them” after his performance in the 2013 Copa del Rey final between Atlético and Real Madrid.
Real Madrid vs Seville 2010
In that match, Clos Gómez gave 9 yellow cards and 1 red card to Real Madrid players, as a reward he had the Copa del Rey final.
— Mikael Madridista (@MikaelMadridsta) March 12, 2023