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Rest In Peace Alphonse Wenger

Vital Arsenal would like to offer Arsene Wenger our deepest sympathies after his father passed away recently.

Arsene's dad, Alphonse Wenger, was laid to rest yesterday and the gaffer in attendance according to sources on Arsenal.com.

The fact the Mr Wenger was today pitch-side with his beloved team is a testament to Arsene's mental strength as a football manager and as a person.

All of our thoughts are with you.

It would be nice if the away boys could offer some kind of vocal tribute this weekend.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 17 2008

Time: 10:47PM

Your Comments

Thanks for bringing this to my attention Tom. Deepest condolences Arsene. No one would blame you if you took some time off, god knows you deserve it.
Rocky7
Rip and thanks for makin' a genius son
ajwb
RIP Alphonse Wenger.
Fan of Blues
RIP Mr Wenger Sr. Condolences to the Wenger family.
GoonerLou
Sympathies Arsene. He would have died a proud man I am sure.
Amos.
deepest sympathies arsene. condolences to you and your family.
supersof
Condolences to Arsene and his family.
hackneyval
condolences to the prof and family
anonymous
A worthy father indeeed. RIP alphonse.
akintayor
RIP.
Bud
Sorry to hear it, lost my dad three years ago, and contrary to what they say, time is not a very great healer. (at least not a very prompt one) RIP Alphonse Wenger.
Blue is the colour
RIP Mr Wenger. I concur entirely with Amos, I am sure he was very proud of his son.
Moorish
RIP
united4life
RIP Msr Wenger. You produced a great son and you must have been very proud of Arsene.
michael105uk
 

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