His conscience is clear. This is the price of fame.
Unfortunately Louis is out of the game because yesterday he complained of some pain in his hamstring.
He has gone for a scan, so we will not take a risk until we are sure exactly what has happened to him.
There's no gravity in the situation.
Only Alex Ferguson knows if he will continue in the dug-out. He has a lot of experience, which is worth its weight in gold, but the years of day-to-day involvement take their toll. We all want him to stay but the decision is his. Right now, I am learning and gaining merits so I can become the No.1, but the decision is down to the club. Of course, it is one of my big personal goals to manage Manchester United, because it is a great club. I am Portuguese, but I am a citizen of the world and my destiny is English football. Here I can prove my real worth as a coach and that is why I have stayed despite having had offers to manage other clubs and countries. I'm learning a lot here, perhaps more than if I was a No.1 at another club. In spite of what some people seem to think, I have the players' backing.
Every time we play we learn, and I am sure the lessons from Wednesday were not only for Rooney.
I am only sorry that what I said was misinterpreted.
You could say I am more satisfied with the result than with our performance but Bayern made it really hard for us and we did fight.
We have changed the concept a little bit and we are more consistent now.
You don't replace great players like Pele, Maradona, Eusebio or Roy Keane. You just create new players in new teams. That is why the game moves forward.
You cannot be a professional or a champion in football and only be ready to face the beautiful moments in life. You have to be ready to rebound from these bad moments, accept the criticism and learn from it. But I am convinced some of the rubbish being said about us will only make us stronger.
It was a terrible defeat but, for us, it never happened.