Looking calm and unruffled, Jose Mourinho has returned to face the Spanish media for the first time since April, when a famous outburst earned him a five-match sanction from UEFA.

And the Real Madrid coach has a clear message before Sunday's Spanish Supercup first-leg match against Barcelona: ''No one will shut me up.''

Saturday was the Portuguese coach's first news conference in Spain since a 3-2 defeat to Zaragoza, which came after a 2-0 loss to Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals April 27 when Mourinho went on a long rant claiming Barcelona received preferential treatment from referees and UEFA.

When asked what he had learned from the entire episode, Mourinho was clear again: ''I learned you can't tell the truth.''