I’d put Jose Mourinho ahead of Arsene Wenger, says Liverpool legend

Jamie Carragher discusses who is the greater manager: Jose Mourinho or Arsene Wenger

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Jamie Carragher says he would put Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho above Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger.

The former Liverpool defender was discussing Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew’s remarks that Arsenal should name The Emirates after Wenger.

While Carragher accepts the Frenchman deserves praise for his impact on and off the pitch, the ex-Reds centre-half reckons Mourinho shades Wenger.

“Alan Pardew this week claimed Arsene Wenger should have the stadium re named after him after the job he has done, and that he may be superior to Jose Mourinho in managerial terms,” Carragher wrote on Twitter.

“Very difficult to decide how certain managers compare as every club has different financial requirements, and no doubt the Emirates stadium has hindered Wenger in the last few years but even after the fantastic job he’s done over his time at Arsenal I’d take Jose above him just!”

Mourinho’s Chelsea side cemented their three-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the table after a 2-0 victory over Hull City on Saturday.

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