Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has said he is unperturbed after he was booed following the club’s dismal Champions League defeat against Sevilla on Tuesday.
The odd was on Manchester United to progress to the last eight of the competition following a goalless draw in the first leg in Spain but the Premier League giants were stunned by two second half goals from Wissam Ben Yedder.
As the Portuguese gaffer made his way to the Old Trafford tunnel, he admitted he heard the jeers that were aimed at him but insists he will never hide.
He told press conference, “I am not going to run away or disappear or to cry because I heard a few boos, I’m not going to disappear from the tunnel, running immediately, the next match I will be the first to go out. I am not afraid of my responsibilities.
“When I was 20 I was nobody in football, I was somebody’s son, with a lot of pride, and now with 55 I am what I am I did what I did because of work and because of talent and my mentality.
“So they can be together, I understand that for many many many years was really really hard for the people who doesn’t like me, here he is again, here he wins again.
“For 10 months I win nothing, the last title that I won was 10 months ago, I beat Liverpool, Chelsea, I lose against Sevilla and now is their moment to be happy.
“I learn that in my religious formation, be happy with others happiness, so be it, I am a really happy guy.”