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Fuertes sin pisar el gimnasio Diego Torres reporting from Madrid April 26, Some players were incredulous.

The staff, in a stroke, did away with traditional physical training. There were only games with soccer balls, entertaining but intense routines which allowed them to naturally exercise their minds mourinhi bodies at the same time.

Why So Many Victories? The players train in order to play, and they physically evolve as a consequence of that. The body adapts to a specific way of playing.



Technical, physical, and psychological matters like concentration flow in currents. Eight months removed from the preseason, Madrid mourino in peak health. If it has an advantage over Barcelona in this round of the Champions League, it is that its players are fresher.

In addition, having a deeper bench means the average Madrid player has played less game minutes than the average Barcelona player this year. On the contrary, the usual starters, like Ronaldo, Alonso, and Ramos, are hardly training.

Tajtas on grass are minimal: The gym is reserved for the injured or those who have a shortcoming to correct. Training sessions last an hour, and the short practice games are carefully timed, between 10 and 20 minutes long, paced on a rhythm.

Mourinho, ¿Por qué tantas victorias? by Bruno Felix Mateus Oliveira

They must be constantly moving and giving their maximum effort. Everyone recognizes the Portuguese does excellent work in this regard. From there, the system passed to football through Johann Cruyff and Van Gaal.


Juanma Lillo completed its application to the game when he coached Zaragoza in But nothing is less linear than human life, and a group of 25 human lives is even less so. Rui Faria and Mourinho practice this philosophy in Madrid, and their players are thankful for it.

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