Manchester United manager José Mourinho has Friday in a very special press conference passionate performance and working as a trainer defended.
After the shutdown of United Tuesday in the eighth finals of the Champions League by a 1-2 defeat at Old Trafford against Sevilla gave Mourinho a lot of critics.
The 55-year-old Portuguese came Friday well prepared for his press conference – he had on a piece of paper all the relevant performance of United since 2013 written – and in a monologue of more than twelve minutes, he defended his statement of Tuesday that it is “nothing new” is for United to beaches in the eighth-finals of the Champions League.
“I’m still alive. I’m still” began Mourinho. “I’ll disappear or not go do not cry because I was some booing heard. The next game I will just again be the first out of the tunnel, I fear my responsibilities.”
“When I was twenty, I was someone’s son and I was a nobody in football. Now I am 55 and I have achieved what I have achieved through hard work, talent, and mentality.”