A long moan deserves equal
punishment to an eye poke for the Spanish football authorities but
Rayo Vallecano coach Jose Ramon Sandoval wants to take a stand
for the little clubs in the face of Jose Mourinho's might.
Sandoval has received a two-match ban for being sent off for
constant complaining against Villarreal last weekend, the same
sanction Real Madrid boss Mourinho was given after jabbing his
finger into the eye of Barcelona assistant Tito Vilanova in
"It's excessive to sanction a coach this way. If one jabs a
finger in an eye and they give me the same [sanction] it's out
of proportion," Sandoval told reporters on Thursday.
"I'm paying the price for being a rookie coach from a small
team. The club is going to appeal because I didn't constantly
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