Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has reignited his feud with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, according to the Mirror.
United take on Arsenal in the Premier League this weekend as they look to build upon their 3-1 victory over Swansea City last week.
Jose Mourinho’s side find themselves in sixth place with 18 points after 11 games. Arsenal meanwhile are unbeaten in 15 games and are in forth place, two points behind leaders Liverpool
Mourinho stated that deserves more respect from the British press than his arch-rival.
“This match is between the two managers with the best record in the Premier League, now Sir Alex Ferguson is not here any more,” Mourinho was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
Mourinho has a long running feud with Arsenal boss Wenger, once labelling him as a ‘specialist in failure.’ However, Mourinho went onto suggest that he was to blame for the lack of respect towards him, for being too successful.
“Maybe it’s my fault. Maybe I put the level so high, that people don’t expect different than that.
“I won at every club. I was champion in every club. I won cups with every club. I won in every country. I won in four different countries. I won in Europe. I won in domestic competitions.