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Like A Fine Wine, Arsenal Have Matured

Like A Fine Wine, Arsenal Have Matured

Arsene Wenger has said he sees more maturity in our team now and he believes we are reaping the benefits of greater experience on the pitch.

Speaking to arsenal.com after the convincing 4-0 demolition of Wigan, the manager said.

'We look more mature, I must say. You can feel that in the difficult moments of the game where we don't panic and don't give stupid goals away. That's very pleasing.'

Wenger believes a lot of this is down to those he signed in the summer, saying the likes of Arteta, Santos and Mertesacker have brought us a calming influence now they have settled down at the club.

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Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Monday December 5 2011
Time: 4:42PM

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Agree with the Manager there; which now highlights the question: why did he have to wait this long to heed the clamour for "experienced players" all this while? Hats off to Wenger though for being man enough to admit it.
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 19:29:00
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Agree with the Manager there; which now highlights the question: why did he have to wait this long to heed the clamour for "experienced players" all this while? Hats off to Wenger though for being man enough to admit it.
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 19:44:00
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Agree with the Manager there; which now highlights the question: why did he have to wait this long to heed the clamour for "experienced players" all this while? Hats off to Wenger though for being man enough to admit it.
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 19:50:00
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TRIPLE POST
ajwb
05/12/2011 21:26:00
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Technology hazards!
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 21:57:00
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Good win for Fulham....we retain 5th place and Senderos took one for the team (Fulham, that is :-) tonight, didn't he. Table getting easier on the eyes.
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 22:00:00
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Mr brother, Naijagunner, technology will be the least of your hazards by the time your talisman, van Persie, picks up his well overdue sicknote. Mature my backside (mature ko, ripe ni!!!)
roforofoSpurs
05/12/2011 22:21:00
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Absolutely great result for us. Though I like Liverpool, no room for sentiments. And as much as I hate stoke, I really do hope they can do us a favor next weekend.
Sajit
05/12/2011 22:22:00
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Lol, Roforofo. You must agree we need to wipe scum off the top 4 bracket; that part of the table deserves some respectability. @Sajit, I hope so too and will be rooting for them.
Naijagunner
05/12/2011 22:28:00
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Fact that scum are here wishing an injury on RvP shows how nervous they are...
Sajit
05/12/2011 22:58:00
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