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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Power n Glory » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:43 pm

VCC wrote:Personally why would you read a pile of propaganda's tripe,
My opinion of course


Won't be rushing to buy his book. Just drags up old resentment.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Angelito » Sat Oct 17, 2020 6:12 am

Jose has a serious complex about Wenger. Even after all these years and Wenger's retirement, he can't help himself.

Butt hurt that he wasn't mentioned once in Wenger's book.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby EliteKiller » Sat Oct 17, 2020 8:53 am

Angelito wrote:Jose has a serious complex about Wenger. Even after all these years and Wenger's retirement, he can't help himself.

Butt hurt that he wasn't mentioned once in Wenger's book.


He took Wenger apart with one line "Because he never beat me, you're not going to do a chapter about 12 or 14 matches and never winning one"
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Sims » Sat Oct 17, 2020 9:18 am

Mourinho is jealous of a man who’s career he trumps completely

Jose is hurt by the fact he’ll never have the same respect or admiration that Arsene had, and it really does sting him
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Power n Glory » Sat Oct 17, 2020 9:30 am

Did someone ask Jose a question about Wenger's book or did he just offer up the info randomly?

It's odd that Wenger doesn't mention Mourinho at all despite having a fierce rivalry. To me, it shows that Wenger still holds a grudge and isn't past the ugly moments. Mourinho is a dick to answer a question that way but I remember his attempt to offer an olive branch to Wenger when he returned to the Prem and things turned sour when Wenger kept talking about Chelsea. It's sad that this pops up again because I'm sure Mourinho respects Wenger and has paid homage to his contribution in football.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Ach » Sat Oct 17, 2020 9:36 am

He was asked. Jose answered in a Jose way and he shut Wenger down emphatically.

Could he have answered in a more respectful way? Sure but Wenger disrespected him and Jose replied in kind.

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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Sims » Sat Oct 17, 2020 9:41 am

Power n Glory wrote:Did someone ask Jose a question about Wenger's book or did he just offer up the info randomly?

It's odd that Wenger doesn't mention Mourinho at all despite having a fierce rivalry. To me, it shows that Wenger still holds a grudge and isn't past the ugly moments. Mourinho is a dick to answer a question that way but I remember his attempt to offer an olive branch to Wenger when he returned to the Prem and things turned sour when Wenger kept talking about Chelsea. It's sad that this pops up again because I'm sure Mourinho respects Wenger and has paid homage to his contribution in football.


Why would he mention him in the book? I haven’t read the book yet but I can imagine that the only manager he’d ever mention is Fergie, purely because of how close they became after he retired

As far as I remember Wenger & Mourinho actually went for dinner when Jose was coming back to the Premier League or when he left it, but Jose started talking shit en cue about 2 months after he returned

As I said, even though some loser journo brought the question up because there’s nothing revealing at all in the book, Jose is jealous of a man who he is more successful than - which quite frankly is very, very sad
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Royal Gooner » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:22 am

Ach wrote:He was asked. Jose answered in a Jose way and he shut Wenger down emphatically.

Could he have answered in a more respectful way? Sure but Wenger disrespected him and Jose replied in kind.

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Except Jose was saying Wenger never beat him.

That's a lie.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Power n Glory » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:33 am

Sims wrote:
Power n Glory wrote:Did someone ask Jose a question about Wenger's book or did he just offer up the info randomly?

It's odd that Wenger doesn't mention Mourinho at all despite having a fierce rivalry. To me, it shows that Wenger still holds a grudge and isn't past the ugly moments. Mourinho is a dick to answer a question that way but I remember his attempt to offer an olive branch to Wenger when he returned to the Prem and things turned sour when Wenger kept talking about Chelsea. It's sad that this pops up again because I'm sure Mourinho respects Wenger and has paid homage to his contribution in football.


Why would he mention him in the book? I haven’t read the book yet but I can imagine that the only manager he’d ever mention is Fergie, purely because of how close they became after he retired

As far as I remember Wenger & Mourinho actually went for dinner when Jose was coming back to the Premier League or when he left it, but Jose started talking shit en cue about 2 months after he returned

As I said, even though some loser journo brought the question up because there’s nothing revealing at all in the book, Jose is jealous of a man who he is more successful than - which quite frankly is very, very sad


It's childish to pretend there wasn't a fierce rivalry between the two and Jose's arrival didn't change things for football. It's time to get over it. It's childish on all fronts to be honest.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby swipe right » Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:40 am

Mourinho has nothing going for him other than his bluster at the moment. He’s gone from Real to United to Spurs. Next stop Bournemouth.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Phil71 » Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:12 pm

Sims wrote:Mourinho is jealous of a man who’s career he trumps completely

Jose is hurt by the fact he’ll never have the same respect or admiration that Arsene had, and it really does sting him


It's because he's a c*** and Wenger isn't.

Pretty simple really.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Angelito » Sun Oct 18, 2020 7:52 am

Phil71 wrote:
Sims wrote:Mourinho is jealous of a man who’s career he trumps completely

Jose is hurt by the fact he’ll never have the same respect or admiration that Arsene had, and it really does sting him


It's because he's a c*** and Wenger isn't.

Pretty simple really.


Basically.

Wenger wasn't the one who called Mourinho a voyeur or a specialist in failure.

These days, he whinges about lack of money, overspending by "big" clubs, FFP, etc. It's ironic because he is the original chequebook manager.

Why would Wenger walk to talk about a low-grade character like Mourinho in his book? The rivalry was always because Mou was butthurt than two titans going for the title.

He's also lying. Wenger has 2 wins over Mourinho. During the post-Invincibles season, Mourinho never beat us. Both games were draws. After that, we slipped down the table and never had the gigantic resources of a Chelsea.

If he had any grace, which is expecting a lot from him, he'd have simply said it is Wenger's book and it's up to him to write whatever he wishes. He couldn't because he's jealous, he's insecure, and, in his mind, Wenger has always made him feel inadequate.

A low-grade character.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby swipe right » Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:21 am

Got done by Moye’s Hammers. How the mighty have fallen.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Phil71 » Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:59 am

I thought maureen might mellow with age, but he's becoming even more of a c***.
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