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Arsene Wenger: I have nothing more to say about rift with Jose Mourinho


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has evaded questions about his relationship with Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho during Friday's press conference.

In August, the Frenchman suggested a lack of respect was the reason why he snubbed Jose Mourinho at the end of the FA Community Shield win at Wembley.

But he was not in the mood to answer questions on the subject ahead of tomorrow's fascinating encounter at the Emirates.

"Look - too much attention is paid to it [whether I'll shake hands with Jose Mourinho]," Wenger is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"People come to football to watch football - everything else is secondary.

"[And] I have nothing more to say about this."

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