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José Luis Guerrero | 11/11/2012
Since he arrived at Madrid in 2010, Mou has suffered eight away defeats: against Barcelona (three), Levante (two), Sevilla (one), Getafe (one) and Osasuna (one). At all the places he's lost in Spain he's managed to at register a win, as well. That is, except for the Ciutat de Valencia - his away-day bugbear.
He hasn't tasted victory against Levante or even seen his team score there. Last season's Liga defeat ended in the controversial dismissal of Khedira for a push on Ballesteros. "He fell for the trick", said Mourinho after the match, going against what he's said just weeks before on 'Informe Robinson': "If we lose, I never blame a player."
In his first season in charge (10/11), Madrid brushed victory but the game ended in a 0-0 draw. A few months later, a team heavy on reserves lost 2-0 in the second-leg of a Copa del Rey tie against Levante after Madrid had won the home game 8-0.
There are two other stadiums which the Portuguese has been unable to conquer: Sampdoria's Luigi Ferraris and Marítimo's Dos Barreiros. The current Madrid boss left Italy without having beaten Sampdoria (two defeats and a draw), and was unable to overcome Marítimo, both during his time at Porto and at Leiria (two defeats and a draw). He also lost twice at Do Dragao as a visitor, though later took up the reins at Porto.