You'd think Jose Mourinho would be in a better mood this weekend, following his team's comprehensive beat down of champions-turned-cannon-fodder Leicester City.
But no. Instead of cracking open the Châteauneuf-du-Pape and, you know, simmering down for a single second of his life, the Man United boss instead decided to have a trademark moan about his title rivals.
First, he took aim at league-leading Chelsea manager Antonio Conte's tactics.
"My team is playing very well but for many, many years in my career, especially in this country, when my teams were ruthless and phenomenal defensively, and very good in the counter attack, I listen week after week that it was not enough in spite of winning the title three times," said Mourinho.
"It looks like this season to be phenomenal defensively and good in counter attack is art, so it was a big change in England.
"But my Manchester United, I don't want to change the profile of our play, this is the way the fans want us to play, this is the way the club wants us to play."
This follows his comments about Bayern Munich – and in particular, Pep Guardiola's time at the German club – and their seemingly unfair transfer policy on Saturday.
"[…]In Germany, Bayern Munich start winning the league in the summer. Every year they buy their rivals' best player. One year it's Lewandowski, the next year it is Gotze. The next year it is Hummels," he said Saturday according to The Mirror.
You can't help but think that if Jose Mourinho had a Twitter account, it would have more than a touch of the Trump about it.