Date:Friday September 7 2007
After much speculation, Arsene Wenger has finally committed his future to Arsenal and signed a three year extension to his solitary year he has remaining on his current contract. YAY!!!
Since Wenger's arrival, our club has been transformed into a completely different entity. Gone are the days of 'Boring boring Arsenal' and Le Boss ushered in the era of 'Wengerball', the most slick and stylish football ever to grace the summit of the English game.
Despite misguided folks, fooled my the media hype omitted from the red tops, consistently pointing fingers at Mr Wenger accusing him of 'spoiling' our national team (since when was it any good?) the greatest Arsenal manager ever has done more for the reputation of the Premier League than any other manager.......EVER.
The current board of our football club holds complete and total faith in Arsene Wenger, so much so that AW has complete freedom in almost every single aspect of the organisation. The boards trust emulates that of the fans.
Wenger's new contract was confirmed on the official club website this morning, with Wenger stating his love for the 'club of his life' as the main reason for the new contract.
Arsène said to Arsenal.com: "My heart is tied to this football club so signing a new deal was always my intention. Arsenal is the club of my life. I have been entrusted with complete freedom to implement and execute my plans on what will make the team successful and that means I have a responsibility to the fans to deliver silverware and also a responsibility to the players to help turn our potential into prizes. This Club has deep-seated roots and a tremendous heritage and it is my aim to uphold these important values and help create new history for future generations to recount."
This is easily the biggest signing of the summer, indeed our biggest ever signing. Thierry Henry's come and Thierry Henry's go, but there will only ever be...........ONE ARSENE WENGER, THERE'S ONLY ARSENE WENGER, ONE ARSENE WEEEEENNNNNNNGGGGERRRRR!!!!
Date:Friday September 7 2007
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