"It's my obligation, I decided to utilize these players," Mourinho was cited as saying by Italian media.
Roma chief Lorenzo Pellegrini portrayed the loss as an "shame" and a "smack in the face".
Bodo/Glimt, playing their eleventh European round of the period, paralyzed the Italian goliaths who battled in temperatures of two degrees on a counterfeit pitch right inside the Arctic Circle.
Erik Botheim scored a full go-around for the Norwegians with commander Patrick Berg, Ola Solbakken and Amahl Pellegrino heaping on the wretchedness for Mourinho.
Bodo/Glimt won the Norwegian title without precedent for their 104-year history last season.
Their fans have become extraordinary interests in the game for their propensity for waving goliath, yellow toothbrushes in the stands.
Carlos Perez scored an encouragement objective for a much-changed Roma side who had won their initial two games in Group C, scoring eight objectives and surrendering only one.
Be that as it may, Mourinho would have had one eye on this present end of the week's Serie A conflict with Napoli who top the table in Italy with eight dominates in eight matches.
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"Assuming I had played the principal group, somebody may get harmed, we'd yield four or five objectives against Napoli on Sunday and that choice would've been viewed as off-base as well," said Mourinho.
"The group that Bodo put out today had more quality than our subsequent string.
Roma captain Pellegrini advised Sky Sport Italia there were examples to be learned.
"I can just apologize and refocus more grounded than previously. We expressed what we expected to in the storage space and it stays there," he said.
"Here and there you need an insult to learn and we got a slap today, one we completely merited. We must ensure that we gain from this shame.
Mourinho's previous bosses Tottenham likewise lost, going down 1-0 at Vitesse Arnhem in Group G.
Tottenham administrator Nuno Espirito Santo switched his beginning line around totally with any semblance of Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Cristiano Romero and Hugo Lloris not venturing out to the Netherlands.
The second-string side were at last scattered by Maximilian Wittek's 78th-minute objective.
"It was an intense match against a decent group," said Nuno whose group are third in the gathering at the midway stage, three focuses behind pioneers Rennes.
"The Europa Conference League is this way, there are consistently intense minutes.
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