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Hill-Wood Praises Wenger As 'Best'

Hill-Wood Praises Wenger As 'Best'

Arsenal chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, has hailed Arsene Wenger as the best in the business but dreads the day he decides to leave.

Speaking after Le boss led the Gunners to within a whisker of yet more silverware, Hill-Wood threw all the plaudits he could at the Frenchman.

'We have got the best manager of all and I dread the day when he tells us he's had enough.

'There is no plan B after Arsene.

'He doesn't want international football because he would miss the day-to-day involvement of club management. He has changed the face of Arsenal, there is no doubt about that.'

'I have no idea what happens when he goes. Managers like Arsene Wenger only come around once in a lifetime.'

'He is the best.'

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday April 27 2006
Time: 1:28PM

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Funny that David Dein was the driving force behind Scolari, but he didn't nominate Wenger for the job. Who says members of the FA are self serving?
Westl
27/04/2006 15:00:00
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Funny that David Dein was the driving force behind Scolari, but he didn't nominate Wenger for the job. Who says members of the FA are self serving?
Westl
27/04/2006 15:00:00
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What would be the point of nominationg Wenger for the job when he has already stated that he is not only, not interested in the England job, not interested in managing a National team at all but also will remain faithful to his Arsenal contract. Surely DD should only be looking at viable candidates for the job, and Wenger clearly isn't so.
Rocky7
27/04/2006 15:03:00
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What would be the point of nominationg Wenger for the job when he has already stated that he is not only, not interested in the England job, not interested in managing a National team at all but also will remain faithful to his Arsenal contract. Surely DD should only be looking at viable candidates for the job, and Wenger clearly isn't so.
Rocky7
27/04/2006 15:03:00
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It willl be a sad day for arsenal fc especcially when wenger leave.He has given us his best years of his career in arsenal.
kenyanrudeboy
27/04/2006 17:38:00
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It willl be a sad day for arsenal fc especcially when wenger leave.He has given us his best years of his career in arsenal.
kenyanrudeboy
27/04/2006 17:38:00
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Rocky, do you blindly believe everything Arsene says? It might have taken some persuasion, but do you think he would have been best man for the job? If he could do for England what he has done for Arsenal...
Westl
27/04/2006 18:34:00
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Rocky, do you blindly believe everything Arsene says? It might have taken some persuasion, but do you think he would have been best man for the job? If he could do for England what he has done for Arsenal...
Westl
27/04/2006 18:34:00
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Wenger wouldn't leave Arsenal anyway as he said "it'll be like the captain leaving the ship". It will be sad when he leaves as he makes us play so interestingly and makes it so interesting to watch that without him it won’t feel right, sort of like Henry or Highbury to Arsenal.
gunner-minesh
27/04/2006 19:57:00
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Wenger wouldn't leave Arsenal anyway as he said "it'll be like the captain leaving the ship". It will be sad when he leaves as he makes us play so interestingly and makes it so interesting to watch that without him it won’t feel right, sort of like Henry or Highbury to Arsenal.
gunner-minesh
27/04/2006 19:57:00
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