No kind words for Rosell, Sport and EMD. Interesting stuff: http://skysports.planetfootball.com...=&lid=10&title=Ten+Cate+slams+Barca+top+brass Henk ten Cate has launched an astonishing attack on Barcelona vice president Sandro Rosell and slated the Catalan media for their involvement in the club. Frank Rijkaard's**assistant coach accused Rosell of wanting to instal Brazilian trainer, Luiz Felipe Scolari, at Camp Nou in Dutch magazine 'Johan'. "When things go badly, Rosell says that Scolari is the ideal coach," ten Cate fumed. "He continues to roll out the red carpet for him and is helped by El Mundo Deportivo (one of the two daily sports papers that focus on Barcelona)." Rosell was head of Nike's operations in South America before becoming Joan Laporta's right-hand man at the helm of Barcelona and knows Scolari from the sportswear giants' involvement with the Brazil national team. But ten Cate was also furious that Rossell had interfered in talks to sign Edgar Davids on a permanent basis during the summer. "Edgar brought a winning mentality to the team," the Dutchman explained. "If it were up to me he would be back here tomorrow. "People say that he caused the talks to break down himself, but I have heard another version, Edgar's version. "He wanted to negotiate, but a member of the board made things very difficult." Ten Cate then turned his attentions to the second daily paper concentrating on Barcelona, Sport, and blamed them for Patrick Kluivert's troubled career, and eventual departure from the club. "His relationship with the club had run out, especially after six complicated years," the coach said. "It was scandalous how his last two years here were sabotaged. "The Sport newspaper had done a deal with (former president) Joan Gaspart and put money into the purchase of Javier Saviola and that is why he had to play. "It is incredible that a newspaper can be a part-owner of a player. "Sport praised Saviola even when he had not played well, while criticising Kluivert when he had."