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good readwenger = top 5 in the world

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Absoutely mind boggling, the bloke is just amazing.Jesus christ

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Interesting but I think targetting this season for the league is a season too soon.The Wilshere bit stands out for me too, the question is where does he see him playing beyond this season?

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Superb

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Absoutely mind boggling, the bloke is just amazing.Jesus christ
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when u compare the arsene to the like of harry its embarassing reallyno wonder he dont go for a post match drink with him

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Absoutely mind boggling, the bloke is just amazing.Jesus christ
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Good read. Top manager but cant wait for him to leave.

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Not bait at all.In the past 2 days he has another interview where he says that he has the money there to buy who he wants and that only about 10 players are out of his reach due to asking price. So even if he aint got the money hes lying to the fans.Like I said in a previous thread I might aswell leave this talk till next year, we wont do something drastic like that during the season.

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This part is so realDo you become good friends with any other managers?No. And it has nothing to with the quality of the person. On the day, it is you or them, so there is always mistrust. You cannot be completely open about the players, for instance. Say you are the manager of Everton and I am playing against you on Saturday. I call you up the week before and we are talking. I cannot say, ‘this player is driving me mad at the moment’, because then you will know before we play that I have a problem with my players. There are managers I respect, and I respect what they do, but you cannot be completely friendly and open up.Is that why you do not go in for a drink after matches?Most of the time, yes. What can you say if you have won? And if you have lost all you want to do is get home and prepare for the next game

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Thanks for sharing, enjoyable read.

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Q: How do you respond, though, to the criticism of many, including some Arsenal fans, that you have such a strong belief in this philosophy that you are now entrenched? You wouldn’t change it even if you could. You could be two players away and you still wouldn’t buy them.A.W: Yes, but once you get into that position you are in a trap. When Cesc Fabregas was 18, 19, I would play him in a 4-4-2 with Patrick Vieira and I saw it did not work. Then I had the decision to make about letting Patrick go, because Gilberto Silva and Vieira worked, Fabregas and Silva worked, but I could not play Fabregas and Vieira. But Fabregas was 19 and if he did not play I knew he would want to go, so we risked destroying everything, all the work we had put into this player. Now we have that same situation with Jack Wilshere. He is 17 and we cannot ask him to play every game to win the championship, he will play a few games maybe. But next year he will be ready to play all the time, he will want to play all the time and if we have bought a player in his position he will want to go. That is why you either have a policy of buying confirmed players, top, top players of 23 or over, or doing it as we are. (Animatedly.) The team we have now gets there. At 22 or 23 I think a team is mature enough to deliver and it is a massively important year for our club. I am conscious of that. I know people have no patience anymore.
Diaby, Denilson, Song, Fabregas, Ramsey, Nasri, Rosicky, Arshavin.So, who's off next year guys? :D
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Wenger>Jesus

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insightfulFound this odd...

One of the things I discovered in Japan was from watching sumo wrestling. At the end you can never tell who has won the fight, and who has lost, because they do not show their emotion because it could embarrass the loser. It is unbelievable. That is why I try to teach my team politeness. It is only here in England that everybody pokes their tongue out when they win.
Considering half the team start skanking after they've scored.
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insightfulFound this odd...
One of the things I discovered in Japan was from watching sumo wrestling. At the end you can never tell who has won the fight, and who has lost, because they do not show their emotion because it could embarrass the loser. It is unbelievable. That is why I try to teach my team politeness. It is only here in England that everybody pokes their tongue out when they win.
Considering half the team start skanking after they've scored.
:D :D
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Wenger is some supreme being I swear down.

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Japan is very different from West Africa when it comes to emotions.

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Q: How do you respond, though, to the criticism of many, including some Arsenal fans, that you have such a strong belief in this philosophy that you are now entrenched? You wouldn’t change it even if you could. You could be two players away and you still wouldn’t buy them.A.W: Yes, but once you get into that position you are in a trap. When Cesc Fabregas was 18, 19, I would play him in a 4-4-2 with Patrick Vieira and I saw it did not work. Then I had the decision to make about letting Patrick go, because Gilberto Silva and Vieira worked, Fabregas and Silva worked, but I could not play Fabregas and Vieira. But Fabregas was 19 and if he did not play I knew he would want to go, so we risked destroying everything, all the work we had put into this player. Now we have that same situation with Jack Wilshere. He is 17 and we cannot ask him to play every game to win the championship, he will play a few games maybe. But next year he will be ready to play all the time, he will want to play all the time and if we have bought a player in his position he will want to go. That is why you either have a policy of buying confirmed players, top, top players of 23 or over, or doing it as we are. (Animatedly.) The team we have now gets there. At 22 or 23 I think a team is mature enough to deliver and it is a massively important year for our club. I am conscious of that. I know people have no patience anymore.
Diaby, Denilson, Song, Fabregas, Ramsey, Nasri, Rosicky, Arshavin.So, who's off next year guys? :D
hoping its diaby
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Q: How do you respond, though, to the criticism of many, including some Arsenal fans, that you have such a strong belief in this philosophy that you are now entrenched? You wouldn't change it even if you could. You could be two players away and you still wouldn't buy them.A.W: Yes, but once you get into that position you are in a trap. When Cesc Fabregas was 18, 19, I would play him in a 4-4-2 with Patrick Vieira and I saw it did not work. Then I had the decision to make about letting Patrick go, because Gilberto Silva and Vieira worked, Fabregas and Silva worked, but I could not play Fabregas and Vieira. But Fabregas was 19 and if he did not play I knew he would want to go, so we risked destroying everything, all the work we had put into this player. Now we have that same situation with Jack Wilshere. He is 17 and we cannot ask him to play every game to win the championship, he will play a few games maybe. But next year he will be ready to play all the time, he will want to play all the time and if we have bought a player in his position he will want to go. That is why you either have a policy of buying confirmed players, top, top players of 23 or over, or doing it as we are. (Animatedly.) The team we have now gets there. At 22 or 23 I think a team is mature enough to deliver and it is a massively important year for our club. I am conscious of that. I know people have no patience anymore.
Diaby, Denilson, Song, Fabregas, Ramsey, Nasri, Rosicky, Arshavin.So, who's off next year guys? :D
hoping its DENILSON
We can do way better tbh, hes so meh and people keep blying him
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Midfield is fine.It's nuts. We need to see how Song does against STRONG opposition in this position. If he comes thru the Man Utd game I don't see us rushing to buy a DM.

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