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Latest Arsenal and Manchester United News, Transfer Updates, Match Day previews and reviews of EPL and Champions League. Blog by passionate supporters.
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Adieu Arsene: Present And Former Players Heap Praise On Wenger After His Retirement News Shook The World

After rendering 22 years service at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season. He stands as an epitome of integrity and commitment. Such managerial longevity is something of a dream for modern day managers. Wenger has been the face of Arsenal football all these years. It all started in 1996 […] The post Adieu Arsene: Present And Former Players Heap Praise On Wenger After His Retirement News Shook The World appeared first on...

After rendering 22 years service at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season. He stands as an epitome of integrity and commitment. Such managerial longevity is something of a dream for modern day managers. Wenger has been the face of Arsenal football all these years. It all started in 1996 when Arsenal signed the Frenchman who had just left his service at Nagoya Grampus, a Japanese club. Wenger stated in his unveiling that the love for English football was what made him consider a move to England. He didn’t get the warmest of the greetings with supporters asking: ‘Arsène who?‘. But he had a point to prove to the fans and football world. Before his arrival Arsenal were criticized for a boring style of play. It was Wenger who changed all that.  Brian Clough once quipped: “Arsenal caress a football the way I dreamed of caressing Marilyn Monroe.” Wenger himself reflected that his greatest legacy at Arsenal would be the style he implemented. Later he would make the same fans chant “Arsene knows” and “In Arsene we trust.

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His work is often seen as taking Arsenal from the cradle and making him a fine young man. The Emirates stadium which stands all glory was Wenger’s dream project and the way he managed the team after the financial debt arousing from it. He was the only  manager to make profit out of transfers between 2004-2009. Among clubs lavishly selling out money Wenger competed with minimal financial resources and managed to finish top all the times. But he never complained above the clubs strategy such was his love for Arsenal. In a glorious career of more than two decades, Wenger led Arsenal to 3 Premier League titles which includes the Golden Premier League of the Invincible season, 7 FA cups and  7 Community Shields. His departure would be emotional for the Club, Players, Fans and English Football. Here we look at what the present and former players had to say about Arsene’s departure:

Thiery Henry

The club’s all-time highest goal scorer was all praise for Wenger’s ability to inspire young players. Henry told Sky Sports:

“It’s a sad day for me. I am happy in a way that people are going to, hopefully, give him the exit he deserves … I remember when I used to play for Arsenal, people were talking about the way we were playing, how Arsene changed Arsenal into a well-recognized club in the world” “He used to make you believe you were the best player in the world.” “Let’s not get lost in celebrating the end of his era. The team has to win the Europa League, it would be an amazing achievement and Arsene has never won in Europe before, so it would be a great way to give him a good exit.”

Tony Adams

The Captain of Wenger’s Premier League winning side in 1996 season claimed Wenger to be the greatest manager. Adams wrote on Instagram:

“Thanks for everything Arsene. Move over Herbert (Chapman), Arsene Wenger the greatest Arsenal Manager.”

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Freddie Ljungberg

The winger claimed Arsene to be his second dad and reminisced the ways Wenger supported him when he moved in to the club. He wrote on Instagram:

“A true gentleman of the game both on and off the pitch. Arsene you were more than a manager to me, almost a second dad. Moving to London on my own ,you tought me so much. The way you want to play football will always be remembered as legendary.”

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Bacary Sagna

The right back went on to claim his misfortune of not playing games under him but how pivotal Wenger was in his life. Sagna said:

“This man just didn’t give me the opportunity to wear the Arsenal shirt…to discover the Premier League…to learn and improve by his side…BUT this man changed my life…I would always be grateful for what he has done for me and my family…especially when I was going through hard personal moments.”

Robin Van Persie

Van Persie thanked Wenger for believing in him and also claimed him to be one of greatest coach of all time. He wrote on Instagram:

“Thanks Arsene for all your confidence in me over the years. You are a very special man & a top coach! Definitely one of the very best ever! I will always see you as my footballing father where under your guidance I had the chance to grow as a man and as a player, I’m forever thankful for that and wish you all the very best for the next chapter in your life!”

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Mathieu Flamini

Flamini stated that the red army have lost their number one commander(Wenger) and that he was proud to have served under him.

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Nicklas Bendtner

The Danish striker was all praise for Wenger about his Dedication and Strength and the way he revolutionized the game of football being played in the Premier League.

Lukas Podolski

The German striker who played under Wenger acclaimed the 22 years service and that he was honored to learn from Wenger.

Mesut Ozil

Mesut Ozil thanked Wenger for all he had done at Arsenal and for the footballing world. He added that Passion, Respect and Success are what Arsene was all about.

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Why Laurent Koscielny’s words should be heeded ahead of the end of the season

In the aftermath of the news of Wenger stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season, a wave of shock, mixed with positive emotions swept through all in and around the Emirates. There were messages coming from all over the footballing world congratulating and thanking Wenger for his tremendous services to the […] The post Why Laurent Koscielny’s words should be heeded ahead of the end of the season appeared first on...

In the aftermath of the news of Wenger stepping down as Arsenal manager at the end of the season, a wave of shock, mixed with positive emotions swept through all in and around the Emirates.

There were messages coming from all over the footballing world congratulating and thanking Wenger for his tremendous services to the club. Be it the current squad or the former gunners, all peeped in with their wishes. One of them has been our present captain Laurent Koscielny

In this regard, long serving Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny has urged his teammates to make sure that Wenger wins the Europa League this year. The Gunners face the mighty Atletico Madrid at the Emirates in the 1st leg of the semi final in a couple days time, and the Frenchman wants it to be a perfect night for the manager.

Speaking to the official website, he told:

“I think the boss has done a great job for this club and he’s still not finished. The book is nearly finished but we have seven finals to play and we want to give him a happy end.”

Wenger signed Koscielny from Lorient in 2010 and since then, the Arsenal vice captain has gone on to make 238 appearances and scored 19 goals for the club and the Three Time FA Cup and Community Shield winner is now thinking big. He added: 
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“Wenger gave the chance for other players to play for this club and believes in us so now we need to do a job just for him. What he did for many years for the club is unbelievable so all the fans, all the people who work in this club and all the players, they have a lot of respect for him. He’s a great coach and a great man.” 

Koscielny will be up against Fernando Torres and Antoine Griezmann, and will need to make sure they are kept quiet. Diego Costa is injured and will most probably miss the clash.

Laurent Koscielny is one of the many who realize the impact Arsene Wenger has made in their lives and no doubt feels indebt to his campatriot for bringing him to the league when he was a seeming no body and making him the player that he is today.

He has always spoken highly about Wenger’s influence in his life and his role in his development and that is why feels it is imperative that Arsenal provide him the farewell that Arsene so richly deserves for everything that he has done for him and everyone that Wenger has impacted during his time at the club.

All the positivity around the Emirates makes one feel that this might be the year Arsenal will really pull it off, and the French International has set his sights on it. It won’t be easy though, as Arsenal need to be in full flow to get a result against Simeone and co. In any case, it will definitely be a game of high intensity, emotion as a place in the finals and a chance to right so many wrongs is up for grabs.

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    “Injury not Serious” Exact duration and extent of Mohamed elneny Ankle injury revealed

    Arsenal on their official have revealed the exact injury suffered by Mo Elneny but as usual have refrained from revealing the true extent of the injury or as how long he may be out in the coming weeks.  Previously during the post West ham Press conference Arsene Wenger had described the injury suffered by Elneny […] The post “Injury not Serious” Exact duration and extent of Mohamed elneny Ankle injury revealed appeared first on...

    Arsenal on their official have revealed the exact injury suffered by Mo Elneny but as usual have refrained from revealing the true extent of the injury or as how long he may be out in the coming weeks.  Previously during the post West ham Press conference Arsene Wenger had described the injury suffered by Elneny by saying that “Unfortunately it doesn’t look too good,”. “He has an X-ray, but I don’t know how bad it is. But it doesn’t look too good.”  Elneny had his ankle in a boot as he was carried off and looked to be in serious pain after trying to volley the ball along with West Ham’s Mark Noble and coming off worse in the process. Having been stretchered off the field in leg  braces during the 4-1 win over West Ham, it seemed a possible World Cup absence was possibly on the cards given how he had to leave the field. 

    However it seems that wont be the case and Egypt and its supporters can rest in ease knowing that he will now be likely to return in about 3 weeks from now and will even feature during the final couple of games of the season for Arsenal. This information however is not from the official Arsenal website but according to the Egypt national team assistant coach

    “I just contacted Elneny after he finished his X-ray and thankfully his injury is not serious and he will be out of action for three weeks. “He will join us in the World Cup.”

    Arsenal have on their official website confirmed that Mo Elneny has suffered Ankle Ligament damage to his left ankle and further scans will now be conducted gradually. Despite not being one of our most high profile players on the pitch Elneny has seen his stock rise in recent weeks with his excellent displays quite often at the heart of the midfield.
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    His performance this season have been quite exemplary and despite never really getting due credit for his hardwork and influence on the pitch Elneny has always kept his head down and gone on with his work. Kind of what Nacho has been doing for years now. Probably why Arsenal have show faith and trust in the Egyptian by offering him fresh a long term this season Tough Luck not having him for the clash vs Atletico but we sure do have sufficient cover for him with Xhaka, Ramsey, Wilshere and Ozil all fit and raring to go on thursday to prove a point to the world and win everything they can for the Boss who is finally calling it a day.  All the best Mo and hope hes back and running sooner than ever.   

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    Why Arsene Wenger was indeed forced to resign as Arsenal manager

    As the sun sets on Arsene Wenger’s managerial career at The Emirates, The North London side has become the source of headlines and juicy scoops. Without much further ado, let’s dive right into what’s making the rounds so far around the sitting rooms, sports-bars and wherever football lovers, especially Arsenal faithful gather to discuss. First […] The post Why Arsene Wenger was indeed forced to resign as Arsenal manager appeared first on...

    As the sun sets on Arsene Wenger’s managerial career at The Emirates, The North London side has become the source of headlines and juicy scoops. Without much further ado, let’s dive right into what’s making the rounds so far around the sitting rooms, sports-bars and wherever football lovers, especially Arsenal faithful gather to discuss. First on the list today is the post match conference interview extracts. The Professor’s reflection on the game:

    “I felt that West Ham blocked us well in the first half. We had problems finding fluency in our game. I liked the game because we needed to be patient.”
    “I told the players at half-time that if we kept the discipline, we would find space.”

    When asked about the mood in the dressing room:

    “We are professional and we focus on our job.”
    “To be a professional means that you’re capable of doing your job even if, emotionally, it’s a little bit special.”

    What started off as a normal post match interview on the just concluded game against West Ham United, which ended 4-1 in favor of The Gunners by the way, quickly turned into an exposé on Friday’s bombshell. From discussing the tactics and strategies deployed to overcome The Hammers, Arsene found himself answering questions about his decision to leave at the end of the season.
    Why Arsene Wenger Personified Class once again Post Arsenal vs West Ham and deserves to be Celebrated
    OK, putting into perspective the fact that The Boss had said in the past that he had no intention of NOT fulfilling his contract, then just 2 months later, releasing Friday’s bombshell says it all or at the very least narrows down the answer to the following question. Was Arsene Wenger advised to resign or did he decide that on his on? Let’s first take on snippets from his pre-match conference where he was asked what kind of week he has had. Here’s what he he replied:

    “First of all I am focused on the game,” “At the end of the day my job is to win the next game and I have to make a separation between the feelings and the emotions that can come with such a decision.” “What is important is your job and I want to do my job well until the end”

    He further added:

    “I have gone through very difficult times, so you learn to deal with very difficult situations”

    At this point, his desire to continue to manage the team is all but plainly said. Furthermore, the pain and disorientation associated with the decision, especially when forced, is expressed in the choice of his words (difficult). If it were a decision made by him in totality, his words would reflect an impending sigh of relief. Words such as hard, challenging, abnormal etc that depicts a strong desire to take on what comes next, rather than difficult, uncomfortable… which carry a rather surrendering tone about them. To make matters worse, not only had results gone the other way, fans had started boycotting games, using various platforms and movements. At the tail end of last season, during the West Brom game, it will be recalled that planes ✈ were flown by both sides of the Wenger In and Wegner Out factions to express dissatisfaction. Nevertheless, The Boss was given a 2 year extension after winning the FA cup.
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    This time, boycotting games directly affects the pockets of the board as empty seats dovetail to less sales in the Emirates store on match-day. Furthermore, even though a lot of the seats have been purchased by season ticket holders from now till 2022, the psychological blow associated with lack of adequate supporters especially at home is more devastating than usually stated. Arsene’s announcement seems to have done the trick, as the Stadium was packed full 30 minutes before action on Sunday against The Hammers.

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    Before we digress too far, his further statements shed a light on his position. Here is a quote from the same interview(Arsene Wenger 22 April 2018):

    ” I am happy when the fans are happy. Even if it means I have to suffer for them to be happy… ”

    Watch the video from youtube and decide for yourselves- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_i5YRsTSw4 Next up is a list of potential replacements for the Boss, courtesy of The Telegraph. Sources claim that of the listed, Luis Enrique is the only one to have been formally named favourite, despite opposition in opinion from pundit Gary Neville. Not like his opinion matters much anyway, but he does have a large audience who listen to him. Finally, as the clock winds down towards Thursday night Europa Semifinal showdown against Atletico Madrid at The Emirates, preparations are underway for both Arsene Wenger and Diego Simeone, who are in it to win it.
    LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 24: Arsene Wenger waves to the Arsenal fans after the Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion at Emirates Stadium on May 24, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Arsene Wenger
    Should The Gunners go all the way and clinch the Europa League Trophy come May, it would be a very befitting send off for Monsieur Arsene Wenger who has never won a European trophy with The Gunners. On a personal mote, forced to resign or not, I believe it is the proper decision for all parties, involved as I can’t stand another season of ill-preparation and eventual excuses/explanations. #MerciArsene and Bon voyagé…!!

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    Why Arsene Wenger Personified Class once again Post Arsenal vs West Ham and deserves to be Celebrated

    Arsenal under Wenger defeated West ham United 4-1 on Sunday, but it wasn’t comfortable at all for the gunners and they left it late to bag all the 3 points. But it looked like the manager was left with mixed feelings during his post match conference as he had to face questions about his decision […] The post Why Arsene Wenger Personified Class once again Post Arsenal vs West Ham and deserves to be Celebrated appeared first on...

    Arsenal under Wenger defeated West ham United 4-1 on Sunday, but it wasn’t comfortable at all for the gunners and they left it late to bag all the 3 points. But it looked like the manager was left with mixed feelings during his post match conference as he had to face questions about his decision to step down as Arsenal manager. He applauded the way Arsenal played in the game and said to the press:

    “I liked the game because we needed to be patient. I told the players at half-time if we keep discipline we will find space. That’s what we did in the second half.”

    But when asked about his decision, the pain was visible. Wenger told the reporters:

    “Look, I’m not resentful and I do not want to make stupid headlines. I’m not resentful with the fans. That’s what I want to say. It’s nothing to do with the fans. The fans were not happy, I can understand that and I have to live with that, I have to accept that.”

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    He chose not to reply on questions dealing with the major factor in his decision and why exactly this happened all of a sudden, when he had always respected his contracts in the past. It is visible that he is hurt by the negativity that surrounded him in the past few months. We have seen banners, flying planes, empty stadiums while the season progressed and it looked like the manager was affected by all these, and how damaging it was for a club he has cared for so much. Arsenal currently sit sixth in the Premier League table which is not well digested by the Gooners fans and rightly so. Arsenal have been poor this season and their disastrous away record is one of the factors, be it the poor run of results, fans losing faith in the team, protests all around. All of these took a toll on Wenger and he decided to step down. The Frenchman has done a lot for the club in the last 20 odd years and deserves to be respected worldwide, but even he knew that the more he stays, the damaging it will be for him and the club. We can understand fan’s frustration towards him but you cannot simply hate the guy for nothing. Arsenal, what it is today, is only because of him. He started the development, connected all the dots and made sure that the club flourished.

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    Today, the club is respected worldwide as a whole. But all good stories must have an ending and this story is just about to reach its conclusion. I personally believe this was the right moment for him to call it a day, considering all the scenarios. This gives a perfect platform to the person who will take over as the boss at the end of season, which itself is a headache for the Arsenal officials. There are plenty of candidates around who can fill the hot seat, but after 22 long years, it requires the perfect appointment, taking care that the Manchester United case is not repeated. Time will tell, but as long as Wenger is here, the team needs to deliver for him and deliver big time. Winning the Europa league would be the perfect send off for him, and it will also put Arsenal right up there with the Big Boys again so that in the near future, when Wenger sees it all from the stands on a Saturday, sporting an Arsenal Jersey, he can wear a smile of contentment and joy. #COYG #MerciArsene

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    Why Paul Pogba needs to be Instrumental if United wish to Win the League

    Paul Pogba has had huge shoes to fill, he is part of an illustrious pedigree of players who have worn the colors of the Red Devils. Every game Manchester United takes to the field, fans and pundits world over hope that this will be the game when they can finally see the latent talents of […] The post Why Paul Pogba needs to be Instrumental if United wish to Win the League appeared first on...

    Paul Pogba has had huge shoes to fill, he is part of an illustrious pedigree of players who have worn the colors of the Red Devils. Every game Manchester United takes to the field, fans and pundits world over hope that this will be the game when they can finally see the latent talents of these players come to fore and in almost every match they end up disappointed. Pogba has talent, that is undeniable, but so far playing at Old Trafford, he has not shown a tenth of what he can truly do. He has been lackluster, not connecting the ball from the middle and feeding it to the sides or to the front, but when he does produce those small bursts of magic, its football magic. He is one of the few players who can have the most impact in a game by hanging onto the ball for few minutes as possible, he works as a conduit for the ball to reach the attacking centers and wingers of United. Lately, however, the manager has been quite vocal about his displeasure with the way Pogba has been playing. He is known to have singled out Pogba’s performance during the first half of the derby. Maybe what the manager said got to Pogba which led to him playing some of the best football he has ever played in recent memory, he was instrumental in scoring two goals and was directly responsible for the match-clinching third from Smalling.

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    However, not even a week had gone by after Pogba and the Reds had thwarted the Citizens run at the top of the table, that they handed City the Premier League championship. United legend Paul Scholes ripped into Pogba after the game calling his actions on the field to be that of one who was trying to show off his spectacular talent. Pogba tried to flick the ball, tried to use flashy gimmicks when all he had to do was play a normal game, without drawing attention to himself and be efficient for the team.  The manager must have talked to him again after the match, in which he was subbed out less than 13 minutes into the second-half, because during the away game against Bournemouth, which was a trial match for finding the starting XI for the semi-finals against Spurs, Pogba was back at his normal self again. He was at the center of attention, driving the ball forward to either Rashford or Lingard, and eventually leading to a spectacular run from Lukaku to find the back of the net. Just what we always want to see from the Frenchman. 

    Pogba performance in the The Semi-Final –

    The Semi Final of the FA Cup against Spurs has to be one of the best performances we have seen from Pogba and the entire squad since this season started. Pogba was active from quite early in the game, trying to set up goals by feeding Romelu Lukaku, playing alongside Alexis Sanchez.

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    The first goal from Sanchez, who expertly guided the ball into the back of the net after being fed with a beautiful ball by Pogba from the left side, was exactly the kind of stuff that people have been waiting to see from the Frenchman. Pogba was instrumental, again, in the second goal as he fed the ball to Sanchez who played it off to Lukaku, who fed it to Herrera. Pogba was active in the center as his feet found the ball every time it made its way from De Gea. It was heartening to see Pogba finally shine and lift the team with his performance. If Pogba continues to play the way he has been, then the title run next season will only be that much stronger and thats bascially what the manager needs to implement inside the player. To make him realize about his vitality and importance to the health of the club. He has is in him and thats something we all know. He knows that too and its high time that he starts showing that right out on the pitch each and everytime. 

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