CRYSTAL Palace boss Neil Warnock says all managers have to respect each other even though he admits there are some he's come across in his career he isn't keen on. The Eagles manager has never been one to shy away and has earned a reputation over the years of building teams who are difficult to beat. And Warnock recalled a particular time when he didn't have a drink with Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and it was blown out of proportion. "Whichever manager I come up against, I'd like to beat really," said Warnock. "I don't think that's ever changed, and I bet a few managers in the Premier League now think 'Oh, God, here comes another Warnock team'. "I just think you have to be respective of managers. Some might want to have a drink, some might not, that's how it is. "I never went for a drink with Arsene Wenger once but the next time I went with my wife and two children, who had pictures with him. People don't see that. "Managers have to respect each other. There are certain managers I don't like, but that's how it is, you shake their hand, you do your best and probably don't have a drink with some as you would do normally."
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