Football Association (FA) will not be punishing Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger for pushing Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho during a Premier League game on Sunday.
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Arsene Wenger pushed Mourinho after getting frustrated for the challenge by Chelsea center-back Gary Cahill on Arsenal’s attacker Alexis Sanchez.
Wenger who has not won a game against Mourinho said: “I don’t regret it. What is there to regret? I wanted to go from A to B and somebody confronted me before B without any sign of welcome.”
After the incident referee Martin Atkinson warned both the managers. According to FA there is no need to punish someone for such an act.
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The Gunner boss also added: “B was Sanchez, to see how badly he was injured. Honestly, I don’t listen to what he says. You could see if I really try to push. Come on.”
It was a big game and playing a game against Chelsea is always difficult especially when the opponent manager has never lost.
While Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho said that it becomes heated in such a big game against one of the biggest rivals.
Blues boss further added that Wenger came to push the official for a red card and secondly he came to push me in my technical area.
Anyone can lose emotions and Mourinho himself admitted that he has done so many wrong things so this story should be over.