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Arsene Wenger Is Going Nowhere

Arsene Wenger Is Going Nowhere

Arsenal fans awoke this morning to find yet another story in the press about Arsene Wenger jumping ship and running off to the Bernabeau just because some geezer, who isn't even president yet, reckons he will bring in Le Boss as part of his election promisies.

Pardon my French, but that's complete bollocks.

I'm getting sick and tired of these muppets using our players and staff as pawns in the presidential mind games. Wenger would never join a joke of a club like Real Madrid and we all know it.

A few points that should put your mind at ease if you're feeling a bit worried that the most important man at our club may be packing his bags...........

In his whole career, Arsene Wenger has never failed to fulfill a contract. His current deal keeps him at Arsenal till 2008.

He recently said he can see himself finishing his managerial career at Arsenal.

I'm sure that Wenger gave Tomas Rosicky a few assurances that both himself and Thierry Henry would still be at Arsenal next season.

Why would any manager spend so much time bringing together the cream of world youth football only to walk out on it just as the team starts to come together?

We move into our new home in one month's time. Wenger has dedicated so much of his time into Ashburton Grove. He has overseen so many aspects of the project from dressing rooms to the air flow around the stadium, surely he would want to see the finished product.

The crowning glory into why Arsene Wenger will not join Real Madrid actually came from the mouth of the man trying to poach him in the first place. Villar Mir said 'If above the manager there is a sporting director, the coach will no longer have real authority over the players.' Can anybody real see Wenger accepting this?

Seriously?

Wenger has always maintained he loves running the club from top to bottom, thats what he does, he's a manager not a coach, he runs Arsenal, plain and simple. That is something he wouldn't get at Real Madrid, in clubs like that you get bossed from the top, I'm sorry but it's just not Arsene's cup of tea.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday June 18 2006
Time: 1:18PM

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he wont go he's already said he wont he loves arsenal too much to leave. if he does go... who would u want?
green giant 12
18/06/2006 13:46:00
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He won't go. So there's no point in speculating. When he finally does retire the coaches around will be a different breed so there is no possible way to decide who would be best for the job.
Rocky7
18/06/2006 13:52:00
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These rumours about Wenger leaving are growing in pace................As far as I can gather, there is some substance in the story............The FA investigation into Berenveen is highly likely to clear both clubs of any wrong doing. The most likely result is a small fine for "business dealings that go against the ethical nature of the sport", but no laws were broken..................... Now because of that, Dein is VERY unhappy at Wenger putting money in his own back pocket...........Dein sees it as bad as taking money from the club..................(coming from Dein though, it does sound a bit hypocritical)...........As a result Dein has put a transfer embargo on ALL incoming transfers whilst the club makes it's own investigations................... However Wenger has not been replying to calls that he should come back from Germany to assist the investigation. As a result, and as things stand the rumours are that he will NOT be manager in 2007..............Dein is waiting for the elections in Madrid in the hope that Real will pay a large compensation fee............... If Madrid do not come knocking then he will leave at the turn off the year................ The news on Wenger is likely to start hitting the press big time, as soon as the fuss of the World Cup has died down........................looks like Arsenal are pressing the self destruct button..........But then then what do you expect from the nation's most corrupt club, both historically, and more recently..................oh dear what a shame
McChelski
18/06/2006 14:50:00
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That is the biggest pile of naka's I've ever heard in my life. Seriously, did you make that up? Who ever did is a complete idiot. There are a couple of factual inaccuracies at the start of that statement that leave it impossible for the rest of your story to continue.
Rocky7
18/06/2006 15:08:00
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What do we expect of the nation's most corrupt club? hmm, i dunno, haven't heard a lot about chelsea the past few days. the tosh spouted in the previous comment is nothign more than bunkum. Wenger going nowhere; The Arsenal going forward; ashburton grove going to sell out every match. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
18/06/2006 15:12:00
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And btw, a Chelsea fan calling our club corrupt is the funniest thing I've ever heard. Pot, kettle, black.
Rocky7
18/06/2006 15:13:00
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should clarify that i refer to the comment by McChelscum.
Wingston75
18/06/2006 15:14:00
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Yes mcchelski, and Mikel's transfer was a smooth rapid agreement between both clubs and the player.
simon
18/06/2006 15:18:00
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There's no way he'll be off! Real want Mourinho, Benitez and now Wegner? A Week ago there was talk that Sven will be the next Real manager - and i believe that - not this!
richy23
18/06/2006 16:18:00
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Mc Chelski where on earth have you been reading your information,you talk with such authority yet have nothing to back it up.Why don't you just slip off and watch a couple of old videos of Dougie Rougvie hoofing the ball about in front of 11,000 adouring fans,siiting behind an electric fence....or were you too young to remember what it was like before you bought the League?
grimsby
18/06/2006 16:51:00
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