Arsene Wenger criticized Jose Mourinho for his ‘constant provocation’ in their last row.
The two legendary managers shared an intense rivalry during their tenure at the helm of Chelsea and Arsenal.
Wenger’s Arsenal have managed just two wins over Mourinho’s Chelsea and Manchester United in 19 games.
The pair even had a physical altercation when Wenger pushed Mourinho to the Stamford Bridge sideline in 2014.
Despite their public fallout, Mourinho fails to be mentioned in Wenger’s new book, “My Life in Red and White”.
Asked about his omission on Friday, the Tottenham boss said: “Because he never beat me.
“You’re not going to do a chapter about 13 or 14 games that you never win, so why should he mention me in his book?”
“A book is one thing to make you happy and proud, so I fully understand the situation.”
Wenger seemed less than impressed by Mourinho’s comments, insisting he felt like he was in ‘kindergarten’ with the Portuguese coach.
“It doesn’t bother me,” he told Canal + on Sunday. “It’s a constant provocation.
“I feel like I’m in kindergarten with him, but it’s part of his personality.
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“That’s wrong, we beat him twice. We won and there were also a lot of draws.
“And it is not ‘you’ who wins, you only participate in the victory. It is “we” who win. The manager is there to get the best out of a team. “