Posted on December 17, 2015 by ADMIN

Why Arsenal boss will be gutted over Mourinho sacking?

I am making a leap of imagination here and making an educated guess that the Arsenal manager will not be happy to hear the news that our Premier League rivals (sort of) Chelsea have parted company with their loudmouth lout of a manager for the second time.

Even though the mutual bad feeling and lack of warmth between Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho is a matter of common knowledge and much talk in the football media, and the hard to argue with theory that the Arsenal boss will feel no sympathy with his rival, I reckon that he would rather have seen Mourinho keep his job, for now anyway, and I will tell you why.

The main reason is that Chelsea under Mourinho were simply awful and were showing very little sign of getting any better. Wenger might feel personally better to not have to deal with the disrespect of the Portuguese pillock but as far as the club goes it would be better if Mourinho stayed and their Premier League problems continued. It would certainly have made our chances of revenge for the travesty of Mike Dean earlier this season more likely. Now the Frenchman will not get the best chance ever to beat Jose in the Premier League

There is another reason for Wenger to want his rival to stay in charge at Stamford Bridge as well, however, and this is on a more personal note, because the prof must have been loving all the suffering that his serial taunter was going through and was probably looking forward to a few well chosen verbal barbs aimed at the special one.

Oh well Arsene, at least you have been proved the better man and the better manager. Arsenal fans, on the other hand, should be delighted that Maureen has been unceremoniously dumped. I know I am.

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39 thoughts on “Why Arsenal boss will be gutted over Mourinho sacking?

    1. SoOpa AeoN

      chelsea are currently sitted 16th on the EPL table……. And Moanino should have been sacked Yesterday the 16th dec…….

      U knw, Just to balance the equation L()L

    2. mohawk

      Van Gaal has destroyed teams in the same way Josey has. He won a trophy with Bayern but frankly ANY manager could win the league with Bayern’s players and cash.

      By the time Louis left Bayern many players he demanded to leave the club, the team was in disarray, and even Lahm was lost on the pitch. It was awful.

      Josey does the same thing. Wins when the team is filled with fresh, high-priced talent and then he leaves the club when the players and fans have had enough of his nonsense and the cracks in the armor are very apparent.

      There is only one thing that could make me abandon Arsenal – Josey Mourinho as manager. I do have some standards.

  1. tissiam

    the reason mourinho hates Wenger is that even tough he will have won more trophies than him ,the one thing he will never have is a legacy behind him once he,s gone,for someone so vain….it must hurt!!

    1. muffdiver

      this will make me unpopular, but HeRe goesss….
      since we last won the league mourinho has:

      won the league twice, won the treble in italy, won la liga. an won the league again
      and an this is the kicker…wenger has never beaten him in a competitive game.

        1. mohawk

          I suppose Wenger could have abandoned Arsenal when the money dried up and he could have jumped onto the next club with an open billionaire’s checkbook. Yes, he could have done that. But he stayed through the lean years. Tell me when Joozhy ever did anything like that. He is a whore.

          And let us not forget. Through it all, he has revealed himself and an awful excuse for a human being.

          He was poison to the league. Pure poison. The world is a better place when he is not given the limelight.

      1. k-ool

        Wenger is the luckiest manager in the league. He has the most secure job.
        So hopefully and finally, if by the end of the season we are not winners of the EPL, then he should just retire. Enough is enough. I mean a manager who won the league last year and should be given a lifeline until the end of the season was sacked. We haven’t won the league in what will be 11 years by May. Enough is enough Wenger….thank you but no thanks if you don’t win the EPL in May. Hopefully we can get Guardiola.

        1. muffdiver

          bare this in mind tho

          klopp has this kinda season last year
          mourinho this year

          wenger in his entire tenure here…never did that badly- never
          an that includes the squid and santos years of no money

          winning is lacking but he has kept us up with the best- wenger deserves respect

      2. mohawk

        You want to impress me Joozhy?? Do what Tony Pulis has done with small clubs. Or stay with a team for at least 10 years and carry that team through the tough financial and injury periods.

        Let us see Moaning Josey take Aston Villa out of relegation.

        THEN I will be impressed.

        Mourinho has ONLY taken jobs where a top team has built up with players and the Mourinho spends boatloads of cash on top of it.

        Joozhy ALWAYS destroys the club after he has spent hundreds of millions.

        He then wins with great players until his caustic personality destroys the team and he abandons the club looking for the next billionaire with a checkbook.

        Joozhy cannot even win a game with some of the highest priced players in the world. How is that impressive???

          1. GoonerLad

            And Roberto Martinez, he’s slowly adapting to the higher standards of the league and he’s proving to be capable of nurturing youth. I believe in the future he will manage a top team, him, Pochetino and Koeman.

      3. NY_Gunner

        @muffdiver
        I hear ya Bro. So many on here were making the same points when they wanted to throw poo at AW. Now they’re being all hypocritical…SMDH

    2. SoOpa AeoN

      and do u also notice that since Ox helped wenger beat moanino in the community shield …….. Ox has never been the same again?

  2. muda

    The guy su*ks, he makes me hate chelsea with passion. And then there’s ugly costa. I don’t care if he’s sack anyway.

  3. Blind Love

    I’m not too happy. I would’ve loved to have seen if the Portuguese pillock would have got Chelsea relegated.

  4. Bolly from Borehamwood

    Not only can we laugh at Chelsea today but also spuds, that wonderful gift that keeps on giving. All shouting about their new 61000 seater stadium being bigger than ours. I’m surprised they have that many supporters worldwide let alone in England. Also that figure commemorates the last time they won the league, 1961 !!

  5. Twig

    Not happy with the sacking.

    – It’s too soon. He won the league last season.
    – The January window is close and Mourinho could still have rectified things.
    – Sacking managers this way doesn’t do the game any good.
    – His presence actually makes the league more exciting.
    – He leaves with a 100% league record over Wenger. Wenger can’t change that now 🙁
    – I would prefer he was sacked after a heavy 5-0 beating by Arsenal at Stamford bridge 😉

    1. SoOpa AeoN

      still he got scaked……..and there’s nothing we could do bout that despite his records……… U just have to get back at him using other means……. Try Laughing if other means fail

  6. Uzi Ozil

    The Special one is now the sacked one. On a more serious note, I wanted him to stay on and enjoy the ride with Chelsea…

    Mourinho is such a loser!

    1. k-ool

      He isn’t…he won the league last year better than anything Wenger has achieved since 2004. Wenger is just the only one immune to sacking no matter how much he underachieves is Wenger. I mean look art Swansea, I wasn’t expecting them to sack Gary monk after what he did last season. Other clubs are not that patient. Arsenal are the only club that evaluates a manager with what he did 11 years ago.

  7. mohawk

    Moaning Josey was poison to the EPL. He is a terrible human being. Getting rid of poison benefits everyone. Today should be marked on the calendar as an EPL holiday.

  8. Fatboy Gooney

    Couldn’t of happened to a nice bloke ???
    Why is there a Chelsea gift shop advert at the top of this Article?
    Are they celebrating too? ???

    I’m extra happy about the timing of this sacking ???
    I saw it coming in pre season and i had a bet on MoaningHO getting the tin tac before Christmas @ 33/1 ?
    (before the season started)
    thanks Mo!…. the timing was incredibly ???

  9. Aussie Jack

    Like or dislike Mourinho he is a man with pedigree, charisma and style. Van Gaal move over
    and see `The Special One` bounce back.

  10. dragunov762mm

    I see. Jose is more like an adventurer mercenary. Hit, destroyed, and run. I’m a bit disappoint that Jose sacked already, we can’t get some payback and we can’t see his ability to raise up from crisis. Well, I guess, he can’t manage the crisis at all. Tragic. Gone with humiliation and disrespect from the players and the fans. Nonetheless, with all of his arrogant, HE DESERVED IT. At less he can sit back now and cheers Leicester City, his favorite club. Watch out the London red Jose, they are going to clinch the title. Ooh.. and don’t forget to close the door!

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