Massimo Moratti has no regrets about his decision to sell Inter to Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir.
The Italian, now the club’s Honorary President, bought his beloved Nerazzurri in 1995 and sold 70 per cent of the outfit in October.
“I profoundly believe it’s right to hand over the job after so much time,” the oil baron told Sky Sport Italia in an interview.
“Now I'll be able to go to the stadium and just be a fan.
“During the game you forget what you are in that moment. Certain TV shots have caught me doing things that aren’t exactly becoming of a President.
“However, the games are great because you follow them so passionately.
“When you’re quiet for the entire 90 minutes it’s because you’re terrified, but sometimes it’s also nice to let off steam.”
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