José Mourinho has devoted himself more to social networks recently, namely Instagram. Asked if it would be a sign that he would now be more comfortable as a coach at the club, the Portuguese said it was a way to be closer to the fans.
«It is not a way to show that I am closer to the players. The post after the game with Antwerp [em que publicou a já famosa foto do autocarro com cara de poucos amigos marcando treino para a manhã seguinte] I wasn’t celebrating anything, it was horrible. And I did not put anything after the victory over Manchester City, a good victory and all contents. I just try to open our world a little to the world. People like to see things that they normally would not have access to. The success of that Amazon documentary [sobre o clube] it was precisely because everything was open. For example, I would love to know how a great Formula 1 team works inside. In this case Instagram is an opportunity for small things that do not hurt and can even be funny », he said, giving the most recent example of the ham that he had to pay to Reguilón:
«The players wanted a ham; is expensive, who pays? Reguilón should pay because he is Spanish. So [disse] if we win [ao City] I pay. That’s it. Of course, the players were happy that I paid for the ham … »
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