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'I feel like I'm in kindergarten with him': Arsene Wenger describes Jose Mourinho as childish after Tottenham manager claimed the former Arsenal boss did not write about him in his autobiography as 'he never beat me'  Arsene Wenger released his autobiography 'My Life in Red and White' this month The Frenchman did not write about Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho in the book  Mourinho claimed Wenger chose not to write about him as he never beat him The ex-Arsenal boss actually beat the Portuguese coach twice in his career Wenger described Mourinho as childish, branding him as a 'kindergarten' child 

By Sam Blitz For Mailonline

Published: 00:05 BST, 19 October 2020 | Updated: 00:05 BST, 19 October 2020

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Arsene Wenger has described Jose Mourinho as a 'kindergarten' child after the Portuguese boss taunted him about not mentioning him in the Frenchman's book.

The two managers had a toxic rivalry in the Premier League between 2004 and 2018, but the former Arsenal manager  did not mention Mourinho in his autobiography, 'My Life in Red and White', which was released this month.

Mourinho, who now manages Arsenal's fierce rivals Tottenham, claimed this week that Wenger didn't dare mention him in his book as 'he never beat me', but the Frenchman has hit back at those claims by branding the Spurs coach as childish.

Arsene Wenger (left) called Jose Mourinho (right) a 'kindergarten' child in another public feud

Arsene Wenger (left) called Jose Mourinho (right) a 'kindergarten' child in another public feud

Mourinho said this week that Wenger didn't write about him in his book as he never beat him

Mourinho said this week that Wenger didn't write about him in his book as he never beat him 

Wenger told Canal+ on Sunday: 'It doesn't bother me. It is permanent provocation. I feel like I'm in kindergarten with him. But, that's part of his personality.

'It's wrong, we beat him twice. We won, and there were also a lot of draws. And it is

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