Adams wants to manage Arsenal
Former Arsenal captain Tony Adams,'Mr Arsenal` himself, has said that he would love to manage Arsenal one day. While claiming he would have left his role as Portsmouth`s Assistant Manager alongside Harry Redknapp had a role at Arsenal been offered he has said that he is content with his present position for the present.
Speaking at an England fans' forum hosted by the Nationwide Building Society who sponsor the international team the former legendary defender said that he is waiting for Arsene Wenger to give way.
'Arsene won't move over will he?!' he joked. 'I keep saying to him: 'When are you going to move over and let me have a bash?' But, at the moment, he still seems to be enjoying himself - although one day!"
Arsene Wenger is contracted to the club for another 3 years and has never failed to complete a contract so the earliest opportunity for Adams or anyone else to take-over the reins would be 2011. Though most would probably still hope that Wenger would be willing to commit himself to the club for even longer.
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