"He does not seek beauty, he is looking for an enemy": Tiago Mota says Man Utd manager and "winner" Jose Mourinho are looking for enemies
- Tiago Motta played under Jose Mourinho for two years in Inter
- The pair won the Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia at that time
- Mota recalled a concrete example of the Portuguese head of his time in San Siro
Kate McGrew for Mailonline
Former midfielder Tiago Motta has insisted that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho "looks like an enemy".
Paris Saint-Germain, head of the 19 years old, played under the Portuguese manager for two years in Inter.
The pair won the Champions League, Serie A and the Italian Cup at that time, and Mott admitted 55-year-old searches for the enemies.
Former midfielder Tiago Motta has insisted that United's head Jose Mourinho,
"He is a winner, he has only one goal in his head: a win. He is not interested in the fun," Mozza told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Mourinho has two sides: one is happy when he wins, one goal is turned off when he loses. His mood changes depending on the result.
"If the team plays well but loses, he can not find anything positive. But if he wins badly, he is overjoyed.
Paris Saint-Germain, the head of the 19-year-old, played under Mourinho for two years in Inter
"Mourinho does not seek beauty, he is looking for an enemy. If he does not have one, he will create one."
Mota, who withdrew from the last campaign, recalled a concrete example of Mourinho from his time at San Siro.
"With Inter, we had a lead of 11 points in the league, we lost one game and then we pulled one." On Monday, he held a 15-minute press conference where he attacked all: Galliani, Milan, Roma, the judges, Juve. refreshing the atmosphere, "Mota said.
Motta recalled a specific example of the manager of Portugal from his time in San Siro