Wenger is a Specialist in Failure, Says Mourinho.

As usual, the talking one has hit out at one of his colleagues in the game, his long time antagonist. During his first reign in the Premier League the Portuguese and Wenger had a series of verbal war. There were occasions in which the Frenchman saw things and made realistic comments on them but in response Mourinho replied in violent ways. His most recent reply to Wenger is one which every truthful human or even animal would not be happy with. I know some Chelsea fans who tagged their coach 'arrogant and irresponsible' for his filthy talk towards the Arsenal boss.

Wenger in his interview when asked why many top managers are ruling out their title chances stated they were not bold enough to call themselves title contenders all because they were afraid to fail. This was a talk which was not directed at anyone in particular as no names were mentioned. Mourinho felt guilty and fired a grenade which was too tense and unnecessary. 'The Special One' as he is being called said that he agrees he is afraid of failure because he rarely fails but that Wenger who has not won any silverware in the last 9 years is 'a specialist in failure'.

Mourinho: Wenger is a Specialist in Failure.

Jose MOUTHinho should know that even though he has been trophyless for almost a decade Wenger is not a  failure. It all depend on one's definition of failure. As a student in a school, not being among the best three in my class does not mean I failed. Arsene has got a lot of feats for which he would forever be remembered if he quits football today. Surely he will get a statue outside the Emirates. I don’t see the Chelsea manager getting any.

He brought a new look to football and also won a lot of trophies which includes the 2003/04 Premier league title in which Arsenal were unbeaten throughout the whole campaign. He made Arsenal's move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium possible and ensured that the club had a balance in their finance. There are a whole lot of big names today who owe him allegiance for moulding them into what they are right now.

I could still remember Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid making bids to sign Wenger some years ago. How on earth would clubs of such callibre run after someone who is a failure? If not for the fact that he is dedicated to Arsenal, he would have accepted the mouth-watering offer(s) on those occasions.

In terms of success I do not think Basketmouth would match Wenger. He might have won the Champions League which the latter has not yet got but when we look at both's impact in their different clubs we will notice Jose has not made any special impact on the teams he has coached (not talking of trophies here). The Chelsea man keeps having one problem or another with the management of most teams he had coached.

Check out Wenger's response which made Mourinho act in such a disrespectful and immoral manner.
"It's a fear to fail.

"If you're not in the race you cannot lose it, if you declare yourself not in the race you cannot lose it, simple as that.

"I think just that our job is to be ambitious and to try to win, if we do not win to take full responsibility for that. That's as simple as that and that's how I see it.

"I say yes we are in it, yes we will have a go for it, we will absolutely give everything to go for it and if we don't do it I will take responsibility for it, but I just see it like that."

Jose responded:

"If he is right and I have a fear of failure it is because I don't fail many times. So maybe he is right?
"The reality is he's a specialist because eight years without a piece of silverware, that is failure. If I did that in Chelsea I would leave London and not come back."

Mou can keep talking. Our target is to end the season with one, two or more trophies. He is just playing mind games. Liverpool is our next game in the FA Cup which will come up this weekend. Chelsea will be playing City. Hope we win.

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