These are silly points of view from that silly-giggle-tickled Bostonian girl who lives multiple lives as a swimmer, a doodler, a violinist, a writer, a fashion and food-lover, an Arsenal FC fan and occasionally, a silly physics major. Clearly, she likes very long sentences. And the word "silly" too.
Wenger might not have won anything for the past eight years, but in that time he has built a stadium and revolutionised a club, securing it’s long-term future.
Mourinho, on the other hand, has moved from club to club every couple of years, clubs where he was always guaranteed to have a large pile of cash to spend, building on teams assembled by others and soaking up the glory. Winning trophies that way is easy.
Luckily, thanks to the sacrifices that Wenger has made over the last eight years, when he could have went and sought personal glory at any of the numerous clubs who wanted him before Mourinho, I won’t have to wait a lifetime for Arsenal trophies.
There is a class and a dignity to Arsene that no club and their unlimited finances will ever be able to buy for Mourinho.