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Wenger Wants 100,000 Seat Stadium

Wenger Wants 100,000 Seat Stadium

As the debate rages on regarding Chelsea and it's half arsed attempt to fill it's stadium, Arsene Wenger thinks Arsenal fans are the heart and sole of the club, and wants to increase the size of the stadium.

Wenger, a world renowned perfectionist, said he wants more people to support the club, and a bigger arena to put them in after another 60,000 Gooners crammed into Ashburton Grove.

Le boss claims he is consistently amazed by the level of support the Arsenal fans show.

Not content with expanding Arsenal Football Club beyond all expectation, the wiley Frenchman wants more, and more for the clubs fans.

'I always said that I'm amazed by this club and its support - we are happy to have such support and we have a big responsibility to keep these people happy,' said Wenger.

'We try, at the moment we managed to do that. That is the real dimension of the club - the fans.

'We want more support, more fans and I hope that one day the next board will extend this stadium and build 100,000.'

Dontcha just love this dude?



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday September 20 2007
Time: 2:34AM

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Comments

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Imagine a 100,000 all seater....you'd be able to fit all the Chelsea fans into the bogs!!
Rocky7
20/09/2007 02:41:00
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"the next Board" ?????? Call me paranoid, but I don't like the sound of that.
FAB 4
20/09/2007 03:07:00
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Now thats vision :0
AB_Arsenal
20/09/2007 03:08:00
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This season, at the minimum. Big things will happen to, and for Arsenal. Again. It is quite vivid. I am a prophet. And I'm not talking about Usmanov. He's not so big. He will fail. GUNNERS FOR EVER.
Warri Gooner
20/09/2007 03:28:00
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He is talking about the next generation, FAB4. It is logical that this Board will be phased out, before another one runs Arsenal. Maybe with the same owners, maybe without, but thats a long way in future (hopefully). A 100K seater is mind boggling, and filling it every week will be great, but Wenger is visionary. If he can see it in the future, then its possible.
prits
20/09/2007 04:03:00
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that would be absolutely amazing
ahops101
20/09/2007 04:17:00
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And that is why, I can't help, but have complete faith in the man.
ducksworth
20/09/2007 05:29:00
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chelski want to build a new 25,000 all seater stadium.
fcdematthew
20/09/2007 06:19:00
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poor chelski
korodon
20/09/2007 06:45:00
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You'd have to build it away from your historic area .... oh well, thats never been an issue for you lot anyway
Gromit
20/09/2007 06:51:00
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