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Wenger always complaining, says Mourinho


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By Jamie Elliott

Friday 24 January 2014

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ‘always complaining’, according to ESPN.


Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho


The 64-year-old Frenchman had said the Blues’ sale of Juan Mata to Manchester United is ‘not fair’, but Mourinho countered by saying that making comments like that are in Wenger’s ‘nature’.


“Wenger complaining is normal because he always does,” Mourinho stated.


“It's something that we know. When a player plays for a club on August 20th and, two weeks later, on September 5th, plays against the same club with a different shirt, this is normal.


“This is the market. We don't do the market, we don't do the rules. We have just to do according to the rules.”


The Arsenal manager suggested that the sale of Mata gave Chelsea an unfair advantage, with Chelsea already having played United twice and Arsenal still set to face the Manchester club.



Mourinho also responded by adding that he believes their London rivals have an unfair advantage in the fixture schedule.


“I think it's also a bit of his nature. We have to accept the way he is. But when he says that this is not fair, I think what is not fair is that his team always has the best days to play. Always. Always,” added the Portuguese boss.


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By GREAT SHAKESPEARO on 24 January 2014 at 17:12


ARSENAL FAN RESPONDS TO MR MORINHO DODGING THE QUESTION- AS ALWAYS! Man United had bid for Mata long time ago, the question is, why did Morinho wait till Chelsea play United before selling Mata to them the following day? Does he think he is the only smart person on the planet? Is not his intention to strengthen United now so they can get better results against Chelsea's title rivals Arsenal and Man City? It is the timing that Wenger is questioning. See who is talking about unfairness and complaint. Is Morinho free of complaining? How many punishments has he got from the FA from wrongful complaint? As to the days of playing - why not look at it this way : Arsenal playing on Friday does not give them more time to rest between last week's game and today's whereas Chelsea playing on sunday gives them more time to rest between last week's game and the FA cup clash against stoke city. How about that? Moreover, next week, Arsenal plays on Tuesday while Chelsea plays on Wednesday, so it's not like they are playing on the same day. Half truths, Mr. Morinho. On Wenger's complaining - the results between Arsenal versus both Chelsea and Man City would have been different -in Arsenal's favour - had there been a fairer officiating. Anyone can watch the replays on youtube and see what I am talking about. Against Chelsea, a clear penalty for Arsenal when Walcott was clearly hacked down from behind in the penalty box when he had the ball by a chelsea player was denied - that would have been one nil and three points for Arsenal. Check and see. It was so obvious that the referee didn't need a replay. Against Man City, three clean goals were denied Arsenal for wrongful offside calls. That would have changed the results. The commentators were all talking about it. When you don't apply the rules of the game and ensure fairness, and someone like Wenger complains, you say he likes complaining. But Morinho is not the person to complain about Wenger's complaints, because he is worse. Pots should not call kettles black! Mr. Morinho's press conference dodged the issue raised by Wenger and many others, and went into so much monologues about Chelsea's generousity and caring and all that! Spare us those, sir. Why didn't you sell Mata to United before you met United? Why did you wait till you played United and just the next morning sold to them the missing piece in the puzzle they needed to strengthen their team so that when they play your direct rivals United would be a different, stronger team than the one you faced? You think you are the only smart one heh? If Chelsea really didn't care selling to a direct opponent, why did Morinho block Demba Ba's loan move or purchase by Arsenal at the beginning of the season on the last day when he learned that Arsenal was buying Mesut Ozil? Didn't you yourself, Mr. Morinho, explain that after Ozil's purchase you saw Arsenal as a direct title contender and therefore you did not want to strengthen them with the addition of the missing piece in their team puzzle - a potent striker? This was just last August. So when did you change ? So is it that you no longer see United as a direct title contender and yet you want to strengthen them to do damage to the other title contenders who are yet to face them - after you faced their weaker team? You talk about Ozil playing for Madrid on August 20th and for Arsenal on September 5th. That was 2 good weeks interval, in a transfer market. Yours is just selling to strengthen them only the next day after you finished playing with United, knowing that you will not meet United again this season, and Hazard and others have replaced Mata in your squad. We are not accusing you of breaking the law- but your hypocrisy and double standards are in question. We shall meet again in Stamford Bridge, and give you the shock of your life. Wait for us. - KWAKU MENSAH ABROMPAH CHIEF ARSENAL SUPPORTER, NEW YORK, NY AND COLUMBUS, OH, USA email: greatmindsthinkbig@yahoo.com


By GREAT SHAKESPEARO on 24 January 2014 at 17:10


ARSENAL FAN RESPONDS TO MR MORINHO DODGING THE QUESTION- AS ALWAYS! Man United had bid for Mata long time ago, the question is, why did Morinho wait till Chelsea play United before selling Mata to them the following day? Does he think he is the only smart person on the planet? Is not his intention to strengthen United now so they can get better results against Chelsea's title rivals Arsenal and Man City? It is the timing that Wenger is questioning. See who is talking about unfairness and complaint. Is Morinho free of complaining? How many punishments has he got from the FA from wrongful complaint? As to the days of playing - why not look at it this way : Arsenal playing on Friday does not give them more time to rest between last week's game and today's whereas Chelsea playing on sunday gives them more time to rest between last week's game and the FA cup clash against stoke city. How about that? Moreover, next week, Arsenal plays on Tuesday while Chelsea plays on Wednesday, so it's not like they are playing on the same day. Half truths, Mr. Morinho. On Wenger's complaining - the results between Arsenal versus both Chelsea and Man City would have been different -in Arsenal's favour - had there been a fairer officiating. Anyone can watch the replays on youtube and see what I am talking about. Against Chelsea, a clear penalty for Arsenal when Walcott was clearly hacked down from behind in the penalty box when he had the ball by a chelsea player was denied - that would have been one nil and three points for Arsenal. Check and see. It was so obvious that the referee didn't need a replay. Against Man City, three clean goals were denied Arsenal for wrongful offside calls. That would have changed the results. The commentators were all talking about it. When you don't apply the rules of the game and ensure fairness, and someone like Wenger complains, you say he likes complaining. But Morinho is not the person to complain about Wenger's complaints, because he is worse. Pots should not call kettles black! Mr. Morinho's press conference dodged the issue raised by Wenger and many others, and went into so much monologues about Chelsea's generousity and caring and all that! Spare us those, sir. Why didn't you sell Mata to United before you met United? Why did you wait till you played United and just the next morning sold to them the missing piece in the puzzle they needed to strengthen their team so that when they play your direct rivals United would be a different, stronger team than the one you faced? You think you are the only smart one heh? If Chelsea really didn't care selling to a direct opponent, why did Morinho block Demba Ba's loan move or purchase by Arsenal at the beginning of the season on the last day when he learned that Arsenal was buying Mesut Ozil? Didn't you yourself, Mr. Morinho, explain that after Ozil's purchase you saw Arsenal as a direct title contender and therefore you did not want to strengthen them with the addition of the missing piece in their team puzzle - a potent striker? This was just last August. So when did you change ? So is it that you no longer see United as a direct title contender and yet you want to strengthen them to do damage to the other title contenders who are yet to face them - after you faced their weaker team? You talk about Ozil playing for Madrid on August 20th and for Arsenal on September 5th. That was 2 good weeks interval, in a transfer market. Yours is just selling to strengthen them only the next day after you finished playing with United, knowing that you will not meet United again this season, and Hazard and others have replaced Mata in your squad. We are not accusing you of breaking the law- but your hypocrisy and double standards are in question. We shall meet again in Stamford Bridge, and give you the shock of your life. Wait for us. - KWAKU MENSAH ABROMPAH CHIEF ARSENAL SUPPORTER, NEW YORK, NY AND COLUMBUS, OH, USA email: greatmindsthinkbig@yahoo.com


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

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