"It's not normal for one club to do that and even less so for one coach. So that I don't feel guilty for what has happened, I make sure my level of ambition doesn't diminish simply because I have won three or four titles.
"I prefer to think things happen because the rival is better than me than to think that I am less competitive, determined, a leader like I used to be. With a win you have a moment of victory and then it's history. And in our careers you have to carry on for more. I want to have more. The end doesn't justify the means. I'm a just person.
"I don't like to lose because of an injustice and I don't like to win because of an injustice. The work done by the club, more than the players, is always being questioned. They don't give us the credit we believe we deserve.
"In certain moments there is a bit of frustration and it goes through our minds ‘It's over and I want something else'. To solve our problem we started winning more and more and were top of the league. We were champions in the first year and champions again. If we are not champions again then our work will be analysed in a negative way."