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Wenger pays tribute to Jose (AUDIO)


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the league will feel the effects of Jose Mourinho's departure, following his departure by 'mutual consent' from Stamford Bridge.

Wenger believes Mourinho added a certain panache to the English game, but refutes claims he's concerned over his own position.

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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 21 2007

Time: 3:58PM

Your Comments

after the emotional numbness that clouds one's thought (I believe you suffered similar thing when henry left). I am here to say that chelsea will make work your ass off if you want to win the title, I'm not expecting that we will win, but I do know that we will do our best!
k_chelski
This is Chelsea!
k_chelski
Bloody 'ell everyone is talking like the little half pints gone and kicked the bucket or summit, note the short interview length and that was 2 mins 55 secs where Arsene could've been doing something worthwhile with his time not wasting on that egomaniacal little brat!
nikolaijns
lolz@niko
afghenry
I tihnk Wenger is happy inside, as he sees one of his rivals lose thier "winning spirit".
49ers
i dun think so 49ers, Arsene loves competition, and he loves to win against the best in the business, i wish Jose would have stayed for this season, cuz i badly wanted Arsene to beat Jose when we play the chavs..
luckys_10
i love arsene- "as long as he does what i tell him to do"- pure gold!
JakeB
Haha JakeB, that was a classic coment from Arsene, wasnt it
prits
 

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