Roma manager Jose Mourinho did not shy away from Sky Sport‘s questions about the team’s stability and resilience in light of Paulo Dybala and Nicolo Zaniolo’s absence.
The Portuguese technician felt confident his team can win tomorrow night in Seville with Real Betis.
“I expect more from the whole team,” he said in today’s interview. “I don’t like to talk about individual players.”
“Since the beginning of the season we’ve had issues with several injuries even before Paulo’s on Sunday,” he added. “Our best attackers never really got a chance to play together, now with Dybala’s injury the situation is even more difficult.”
“But I trust all the other lads on my team and I am confident we can win tomorrow night,” he concluded.