Another pre-match press conference and yet another controversial statement from Jose Mourinho, reports BBC Sport.
The Chelsea coach has this afternoon come out and blasted Arsene Wenger as a ''specialist of failure'', reopening wounds that looked to have healed early in the campaign.
Mourinho seemed aggravated when a journalist asked the question quoting Wenger in the build-up to tomorrow's FA Cup tie with Manchester City, in which the Blues boss was asked if it was indeed Chelsea's title to lose.
The 'Happy One' simply replied with a ''no'' but then went on to say that the title is still Manchester United's and claimed that until they are mathematically out of the title race it is still there's.
Then when asked by the same journalist if he has a ''fear in failure'' Mourinho replied with the quote: ''he [Wenger is a specialist in failure, I'm not.''
Mourinho attempted to justify the comment by bringing up Arsenal's eight-year trophy drought,saying: "If I do that in chelsea eight years I leave London and don't come back.''
Of course we will have to wait for a reply from Wenger but it seems that Mourinho has just started a war of words with a direct title rival, reverting to type after a return to the Premier League that had passed without any outlandish comments on the whole.
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