Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have continued their long standing feud after the two refused to acknowledge each other during last weekend’s London derby, according to reports.
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The pair have made their dislike for each other well-known in the past, and the Daily Star reports that neither manager shook hands before or after the game, nor did they speak to each other during the stalemate at the Emirates.
Wenger reportedly made a his way straight down the players’ tunnel following the final whistle, with neither manager attempting to make contact.
The duo have had their fair share of bust-ups over time, with their feud hitting its peak in 2014 when Mourinho called Wenger a “specialist in failure”.
Their rivalry eventually turned physical, with the two involved in some push and shove at Stamford Bridge in October 2014.
Wenger pushed Mourinho when the former Real Madrid, Inter and Porto manager entered his technical area.
Following the latest revelations, it seems Wenger and Mourinho have no interest in patching up their differences.