“Mourinho constantly provokes. I feel like I’m in kindergarten.” Wenger responds to Jose’s autobiography

Former Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger has responded to Jose Mourinho in charge of Tottenham.

The Portuguese suggested that he was not mentioned in Wenger’s autobiography because “they don’t write a Chapter about 12-14 matches in which there were no wins.

I don’t care. He is constantly provoking. It makes me feel like I’m in kindergarten.

But it’s part of his character. And he’s wrong, we beat him. We were winning, there were still a lot of draws.

Victory is not about” you”, you only participate in the victory. Victory is about “we”. The coach gets the most out of the team,” Wenger said on Canal+.

Jose Mourinho: “Losing 0:3 and losing on all counts, it is not easy to believe in success. Congratulations To West Ham»

Tottenham Manager Jose Mourinho summed up the match of the 5th round of the Premier League with West ham (3:3), in which his team missed the victory, leading 3-0.

“This is football. Of course, I have to perform in the second half, this should not be done in public. But for you, I’d rather say that this is football and celebrate West ham’s belief in themselves.

It is not easy, losing 0:3 and losing on all counts, to continue to believe. I knew they were not the same team as they were last season, but to lose the three – goal advantage is a serious punishment for us. And it’s well-deserved.

I’ve already done the analysis, standing at the edge of the field, and I’ve come to the conclusion that some things were out of context. The goals were scored after set-pieces, there was an own goal and a goal after picking the ball.

We controlled the game, Kane hit the post instead of deciding the outcome of the match, and bale had to remove all questions about the winner. Based on the events, it was more likely our fourth goal, but this is football.

The team gradually began to give up, but with the arrival of Winks, we regained control and balance. And it was when we controlled the game that we conceded and allowed their faith to increase.

My guys weren’t mentally strong enough to handle it. In the last few seconds, we lost 2 points.

I said that you need to be alert in standard positions, it was known that the opponent is strong in this.

This game was in our hands and we lost 2 points,” Mourinho told Sky Sports.