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Wenger: Stop Diving

Arsene Wenger has 'had a chat' with Emmanuel Eboue with regards to his theatrics on the field.

The Arsenal boss publically lambasted Eboue after his dive in the Champions League final, and he has had to have words again.

'We've had a chat with Eboue about exaggerating on the field,' admitted Wenger.

'We don't want him to do that. I came out after the Champions League final last year to say that as well.'

'Reputations are easy to get in football and hard to lose.'

However the Ivorian fullback made a bit of a meal of an incident with Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge today, I wonder if Wenger will be calling him in again.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 10 2006

Time: 8:17PM

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This is why I like wenger, e does not tolerate stupidness or diving, which is great.
gunner-minesh
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10/12/2006 20:31:00

well said mr wenger....if only a few more managers would have this sort of chat with their diving players....
ernshaw
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10/12/2006 23:17:00

eboue really shouldn't be diving, such a talent personally. wenger is true to his word, no to diving, always.
delver
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11/12/2006 15:39:00

hopefully wenger can sort this little problem out,its hard to take the moral high ground when one of our own lads is playing silly buggers
fran merida
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11/12/2006 21:24:00

should also have a word with Lehman, gallas, Rosicky, hleb, Fabregass, Henry, Van Persie.......
BaldyYid
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16/12/2006 16:50:00

 

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