He further said that despite all the external scrutiny, only the players know about the managers since they work with them every day and they have more information than the rest of the world, which includes the fans and media. "And I answer the question".
"We are the last team in England to win a European competition".
"If it can happen there, and he's won the league, why can't it happen at Man United where he hasn't?"
"If next week his manager decides to give him minutes against Spain or Switzerland that would be very good for him".
José Mourinho has described Juventus as major contenders in this season's Champions League because of the money they have invested, sending a none-too-subtle coded message not only to his former club Real Madrid but his present employers, Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho has hit back at journalists after being asked in his latest press conference if he will still be considered a "great" manager should he leave Manchester United in the future without having won a Premier League title.
"Do you ask that question to the manager that finished third in the Premier League or fourth?"
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Continuing to talk about Mourinho, the City manager said, "When we win we are good, when we don't we are not good, it's simple like that".
Mourinho has vehemently defended his managerial record in the wake of the 3-0 loss to Spurs at Old Trafford on Monday evening.
But he said: "They didn't have that song when we beat them at Wembley a couple of months ago, they had a big dream to go to a cup final, to win a title because they don't win many". In that night at Wembley the United fans were singing the special one and of course they were not singing that.
Mourinho was present at Burnley's Europa League qualifier with Olympiacos in midweek.
After surprising everyone in the early weeks of last season, Burnley have made an even slower start than United this time, with one point from three games.
"You need to sort things out from within and close the ranks, make sure players are starting to enjoy training again and believing in the way they want to play and perform".