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As.com | 12/11/2012
The day after Levante-Real Madrid, the debate surrounding the match is far from cooling off. In an interview with 'cadena SER', Juanfran, full-back with the Levante side stood by his inflammatory words of yesterday: "After the match finished, Pepe was mocking us and laughing at us down the whole 20 metres of the tunnel. He was also dancing and glaring at us. It was then that we criticized his attitude; we asked him what kind of professional he was and we told him he didn't deserve to wear that shirt. We were offended. We said to him that yes they'd won something. We got pretty worked up."
"A number of his teammates pushed him towards the dressing room, but even from there he kept making gestures at us", added Juanfran. On Madrid's accusations about Ballesteros, he said: "if something happened it was later on, at least 45 minutes later."
Juanfran revealed that match referee Muñiz Fernandez "asked the police to identify one of Madrid's security team who was pushng a number of Levante players, including me." The referee's notes evidence this, and also accuse a member of Levante staff of taking part in the fight.
"Pepe hadn't lost the adrenaline" insisted Juanfran. "He simply went to provoke and wind up a team that had lost."
On Levante's physical approach to the game, which saw Cristiano Ronaldo leave the pitch, he said: "There was a referee there who knew what he had to do. Maybe if he'd seen what David Navarro did he would have sent him off. Ballesteros has also been talked about. But I've seen Pepe do far worse things on a football pitch."