Ex-Real Madrid president believes Jose Mourinho will be having tough time finding a new job
- Ramon Calderon, an ex-Real Madrid president believes that his incredible record Mourinho is a harbinger of doom and dissent at the clubs he manages.
- He blames Mourinho's habit at driving a hard bargain on his uneasy character.
- The Portuguese has always had problems dealing with the star players.
- The ex-Real Madrid president makes a specific point of the fact that Mourinho blames anyone but himself for the defeats.
Despite multiple reports in the Spanish and British press that link ex-United manager with the triumphant return to Santiago Bernabeu, former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon doesn't see Mourinho finding himself a new club any time soon.
"I don't see that it's easy for him to find a club that he really likes," Calderon said at Ian Stone's Love Sport Radio Comedy Breakfast programme.
"A club that has the possibility to win titles and also the money. I think he's the most paid in the world nowadays. Not many clubs to go to now."
"It's difficult to know how he is behaving. I remember, for us the greatest in our history is Alfredo de Stefano. He used to tell me [that] a great team, a great coach can never complain about referees, injuries, bad luck, the behaviour of some players. That's something that belongs to the mediocre and I think in that he's doing it."
Calderon also believes that the Portuguese's infamous record of falling out with his star players and losing the dressing room is going to weight against him in the future.
The Spaniard added: "His record is incredible, difficult to match for any other coach, but his behaviour, I think he's doing that so many times and that’s a warning for any team that's going to hire him. I think [Mourinho] has been the main problem when he's been in other clubs. When he was here, he was blaming everyone for the defeats. I think that is a grave mistake. It is a problem always."
"Also it makes a confrontation with the players and it's been happening with Man United with Pogba, with Bailly. It was the same here, with Cristiano, with Iker Casillas, with Sergio Ramos and I think that's a problem, he's always blowing his own trumpet and that for a coach, I think is a big mistake."