Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho 'happy' fans are 'sad and frustrated'.

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Guillem Balague claims Manchester United's Champions League exit to Sevilla last night signals the "end of an era" for the club.

When asked if they will challenge for the Premier League next season, he said: "We try, but the reality is that some clubs, they were ready to win [this season]".

"Hello, hello, I'm alive, I'm here", he told journalists in an exaggerated fashion as he entered Friday's press conference, answering the first four questions in a standard manner before one on the fans' reaction to the Sevilla loss brought an extraordinary reaction.

"I'm not going to run away, disappear, cry, because I heard a few boos". If I name them their agents will jump with happiness and they will say: 'Tag, tag, price, ' this and that.

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"I beat Liverpool, I beat Chelsea, I lose against Sevilla and now is there moment to be happy". Because an easy life, where the fans aren't sad, there's no pressure and no critics, that's not good.

Sevilla capitalised on United's sluggish display in the second half as Wissam Ben Yedder struck twice before Romelu Lukaku found the net to give the hosts a glimmer of hope.

"It means that when you start the process, you are here, you are there, or you are there".

"I can not name them, because if I name them, their agents will jump in happiness".

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"But to say that if the clubs are in a better situation than us, if they stop to invest in everything and we do invest, I would say we are side to side". Not from the last two years'.

Comparing his own achievements to United's in the last seven years, Mourinho was clearly keen to impress upon the fans the job that still needs to be done at the club, using the word "heritage" 10 times to emphasise his point. [Nicolas] Otamendi, [Kevin] de Bruyne, [David] Silva, [Raheem] Sterling, [Sergio] Aguero, they are investments from the past, not from the last two years, from the past.

"One day when I leave, the next Man Utd manager will find here [Romelu] Lukaku, [Nemanja] Matic, of course [David] de Gea from many years ago". The English club needed what was seen to be a routine home win to progress to the quarter finals, but received widespread criticism for the way that they approached the game. I was in the other bench (as Real Madrid manager). Barcelona always there, Real Madrid always there, Juventus always there, Bayern Munich always there.

Having this week emphasised United's poor recent record in the Champions League, Mourinho strongly denied suggestions he has encouraged supporters to lower their standards. But ones that are always there, it's for some reason, and the good thing for me and the fantastic feeling for me is that I am exactly on the same page as the owners, Mr [Ed] Woodward - exactly same page.

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"I learn that in my religious formation, be happy with others' happiness, so be it, I am a really happy guy".

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