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Mourinho says his best only comes when he's 'very happy'

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Mourinho says his best only comes when he's 'very happy'

Mourinho says his best only comes when he's 'very happy'

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says players react differently to criticism in an apparent swipe at rebellious players at his former club.

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Mourinho says his best only comes when he's 'very happy'

SHOWS: DOHA, QATAR (JANUARY 19, 2019) (BEIN SPORT - MUST COURTESY 'BEIN SPORT, THE GLOBAL SPORTS BROADCASTER') 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO, SAYING: "There are some players, that when you try to squeeze them, they answer in the best way.

There are other mentalities, there are other personalities, and of course the reaction is not the best.

Players who were brought up in a different way where possibly they have an easier social life, probably they had an easier coming to the top level of football.

Everything came too easy for them, some of them don't react in the same way." 2.

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(SOUNDBITE) (English) MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER JOSE MOURINHO, SAYING: "As a manager I can be a happy man, or a very happy man.

And to be at my best, to be at my highest level, I need to be a very happy man.

When I'm a very happy man, when I'm really in love with the job and everything that surrounds that job at a certain moment, at a certain club, I can give the best out of me." STORY: Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told beIN Sports on Saturday (January 19) that some players receive criticism from managers positively, improving their game, whereas others have a negative reaction.

Mourinho was widely reported to have clashed with a number of his players at United, including star midfielder Paul Pogba.

Mourinho recalled the professionalism of his former striker at Chelsea Didier Drogba as an example of how a player should react to criticism by his manager.

The manager, currently out of work in a managerial capacity but working as a pundit with beIN Sports, said he can only deliver his best management of clubs when he's 'very happy'.




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