AS Roma manager, Jose Mourinho has explained that the final against Sevilla on the 31st of May will help his boys grow, achieve important things and help the club’s fans.
The Portuguese gaffer, made this known while speaking in a post match conference after his side sailed through to the Europa League final on Thursday.
Roma played out a 0-0 draw with Bayern Leverkusen in Germany and thus qualified based on the favourable 1-0 first leg result in Rome,
Mourinho’s men will now face Sevilla in the Europa League final later this month after progressing to the final on a 1-0 aggregate victory.
Recall that Sevilla had eliminated Juventus in the semi-final second-leg tie after winning 3-2 on aggregate.
Speaking to Sky Sport after the game, Mourinho said: “My concern is not marking my place in the Roma history books.
“It is helping these kids [players] to grow, to achieve important things.
“It is also helping the Roma fans, who have given me so much since day one. It is an immense joy to get to another final.
“The boys give everything, this game is the result of our work, experience, tactical wisdom and knowing how to stay in matches. It is an incredible team.”