Mourinho Expresses Respect For Wenger, Doesn’t Regret Past Fights

Mourinho Expresses Respect For Wenger, Doesn’t Regret Past Fights

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has nothing but kind remarks for his Arsenal rival Arsene Wenger who announced earlier on Friday that he will quit his role at the end of the season after managing the Gunners for over two decades. Mourinho and Wenger have clashed several times in the past and the Portuguese once

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has nothing but kind remarks for his Arsenal rival Arsene Wenger who announced earlier on Friday that he will quit his role at the end of the season after managing the Gunners for over two decades.

Mourinho and Wenger have clashed several times in the past and the Portuguese once referred to the Frenchman as a voyeur and a specialist in failure.

The two also had a shoving match in the Stamford Bridge technical area in October 2014 during Mourinho’s time with Chelsea.

Asked by reporters during his pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of the FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham if he regretted any of his conduct towards Wenger, Mourinho said: “It’s not about regretting, I think your question is a typical question from somebody that was not in this side, you were not a manager, a player, of course you don’t know the way we respect each other even when sometimes it doesn’t look like we don’t, players that get yellow cards

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