The negative side of football. The negative side of our society. People sometimes go to football and bring to it the negative aspects of our society.
I enjoy the work, I enjoy every minute of my professional life.
So if one day the result becomes 3-3, for me it doesn't change my mind, because it's football, it's normal. What is not normal is that we haven't been scoring enough goals playing such good football as we've been playing in the last few weeks.
I don't say we are a defensive team. I say we are a strong team in defensive terms, but at the same time lacking sufficient fluidity in attack because that will take time to come.
You have to win and especially, as I have, you have to win a trophy for the first time.
Especially when you play at home, you need a good atmosphere behind you.
At the very least we should be given a bit of credit and a little bit of space, and maybe the media should think we could help them discover why English teams do not win European competitions.
The way I use to develop an aerobic condition is three against three, man to man, in a square 20 metres by 20.
But I think it's more normal for my team to have no success than it is to win two consecutive European cups.
And I think because of the passion of every English player and every English supporter, and every English journalist for the game, most of the game is played with passion, love for football and instinct, but in football you also have to think.
I was nine or 10 years old and my father was sacked on Christmas Day. He was a manager, the results had not been good, he lost a game on December 22 or 23. On Christmas Day, the telephone rang and he was sacked in the middle of our lunch.
The only thing I would like is to have more control of the game in terms of possession.
When I face the media, maybe I don't feel it now, here with you, because it's a different sort of interview, but when I face the media before or after the game, I feel it as part of the game.
When I go to the press conference before the game, in my mind the game has already started.
I think the best place to work in football is England.