Mourinho doesn't regret leaving Real Madrid
The Portuguese's three toxic years at Real Madrid were marred by dressing-room controversies and bust-ups with the board, The Sun reports.
Blaming the jeers of the vast majority of the Bernabeu crowd during his last match as an orchestrated and unethical campaign against him, Mourinho said that it is useless to have regrets, adding that he has grown more stronger, better, more prepared and has learned as more years are added to his career.
According to Mourinho, he is always in a state of permanent learning, analysing everything that has happened, and is always looking for feedback at positive and negative times, adding that committing mistakes is a part of the game.
Defending his record and methods while conceding that his position had become untenable after speculations that he had lost the dressing room, Mourinho said that he left Real as he thought that it was the best for him and the club, although he added that he is proud of his time in the Madrid hot seat. (ANI)