Mourinho Will break Wenger’s face

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Mourinho Will break Wenger’s face

Jose Mourinho reportedly threatened to “break [Arsene Wenger’s] face”-according to reports.

Mourinho Will break Wenger's face

It’s a deep dislike that has festered into one of the longest-running feuds in football.

The pair clashing ever since Mourinho first arrived in England in 2004.

Relations have deteriorated steadily since then and now both men find it impossible to hide their scorn.


Mourinho and Wenger’s frosty relationship was renewed when the Portuguese returned to Chelsea in 2013.

Both managers launching a series of jibes in each other’s directions.

The most notable of clashes came when the Arsenal boss aimed a dig at Mourinho for playing down the Blues’ Premier League during the 2013-14 season.

The following January Wenger spoke out about Chelsea’s plans to sell star midfielder Juan Mata to Manchester United for £37million.

‘Yes I am, because they sell a great player to a direct opponent.’-Wenger replied when asked about

He then made the point that Chelsea had already played United twice that season so Mata could not hurt them but his quality could hurt teams like Arsenal who had only played United once. ‘It opens up again questions about the dates of this transfer window,’ said Wenger.

It was March 22, 2014, the day of the Frenchman’s 1,000th game as a manager.

The match just happened to be an away match at Chelsea. Final score: Chelsea 6 Arsenal 0.

Wenger was utterly humiliated, so much so that he ducked out of the usual post-match press conference.

Jose was quick to mock Wenger for that, joking with me: ‘Next time I lose a game I don’t go to the press conference because the team bus is waiting for me.’

The war of words between the pair actually became physical on Arsenal’s next visit to the Bridge, October 5, 2014.

Chelsea won w2–0 but the game.

That game saw the fight between the two Managers.

“I will find him one day outside a football pitch and I will break his face.'”-Jose Mourinho told

Mourinho is yet to come face to face with Wenger since joining Manchester United.

They will face each other on 19 November at Old Trafford.

Games played: 13
Mourinho wins: 7
Draws: 6
Wenger wins: 6