"I do not talk about what happens inside. You live in a world where you do not have to come into our sleeping room to know exactly what happens.
"We have to inform you but do not forget that first your job is to judge us and assess us on what we do on the football pitch - not every day on what's happening on the inside.
"I think it becomes a little bit ridiculous now that every single moment in a football club has to become public and has to be explained.
"We have to stand up for our bad performances but not for everything we do inside the club."