Jose Mourinho Attacks Wenger Again! Says He 'Can Cry, Moan, Lose Games'.

Mourinho and Wenger Fight

Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho has made the headlines once again by hitting out at his long term rival Arsene Wenger.

At his pre-Newcastle United press conference on Friday, the Portuguese said that Wenger is the only manager who can do whatever he wants and still remain untroubled by either internal or external forces. According to Mou, the Frenchman is not under any pressure to succeed.

This criticism is coming shortly after his side's controversial win over the North-Londoners last Saturday. In that match, a series of decisions were not in favour of Arsenal and Wenger's reaction to that is what has made Mou take a fresh swipe at the 65-year-old.

'In this country, only one manager is not under pressure,' said Mourinho.

'Every other manager is. I am under pressure, Steve (McClaren) is under pressure, Pellegrini is under pressure, Brendan (Rodgers) too. We cannot be below par. We have to meet the objectives.

'I have sympathy with all of them, because it's a difficult job. There's one outside that list, but good for him. I have sympathy for Steve.'

Mourinho tried as much as possible not to mention the name of the person he was referring to and when quizzed on who that was he replied:

'You know. The one who can speak about the referees before the game, after the game, can push people in the technical area, can moan, can cry in the morning in the afternoon, nothing happens.

'He can not achieve, keep his job, still be the king. I say just one.'

It is so clear that Mourinho has not yet gotten over the decision of the FA who withdrew Gabriel Paulista's undeserved red card and handed Diego Costa a three-match ban.

Mourinho said: 'One of the things that was clear in football was that, when a player reacts to something that happened before – like Matic reacting last season (against Burnley) after a criminal tackle – retaliation was always punished in football.


'I tell you why. In the rules book it says some managers can speak about the referees before and after games. Some others cannot.

'Then comes the list. I am in the list of those who are punished if they speak about the referees before the game. I have to stick to that rule book and I am in the list of those who cannot speak about the referees.'

When will Mourinho ever stop ranting about Arsene Wenger? He acts as if he cannot breathe if he has not said one disgusting thing or the other against the innocent man. Well, like the 'FORTYfied 2face Idibia' said: "If nobody talks about you, then you are nobody" so let the Basketmouth keep making noise.

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