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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Fri Sep 18, 2015 6:07 pm

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Re: Wenger Appreciation Thread

Post by izzy on Fri Sep 18, 2015 6:08 pm

The mediocrity of the club is disgraceful.

The fans (not all) are more worried about finishing above Spurs ffs.
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Post by Adit on Sat Sep 19, 2015 8:42 am

@RealGunner wrote:The whole 'top 4' finish mindset was only created when Arsene could finish top 4 with this team

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B0WEqAtCYAA7eUq.jpg


Our mindset now is to finish top 2 at least. We all went in this season thinking we can genuinely win the title. No one thought top 4 would be a good target.


and what happens when your goal of top 2 finish is not fullfilled? will there be any consequence on Wenger and players? Nothing will happen.Arsenal is the only big club where there is no pressure on the manager.

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Post by El Gunner on Sat Sep 19, 2015 9:12 am

OMG!!!! Wenger will retire one day.
All this shit talk about Arsenal and Wenger etc etc, focus on your own teams

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Post by Eman on Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:24 pm

@izzy wrote:The mediocrity of the club is disgraceful.

The fans (not all) are more worried about finishing above Spurs ffs.

Laughing I give Spurs approximately a 0.00000001% chance of finishing above us mate; that club is in shambles. Any self-respecting Gooner expects us to be in the top 3 at least this year.

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Post by RealGunner on Sun Nov 08, 2015 11:11 am

What an interview

http://news.arseblog.com/2015/11/arsene-wengers-full-interview-with-lequipe-sport-and-style/

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Post by Mr Nick09 on Sun Mar 05, 2017 3:17 am

wenger be like


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Post by sportsczy on Sun Mar 05, 2017 4:11 am

I think Wenger has evolved to the point where he's too smart for footballers... I mean, how many guys on the current Arsenal squad would understand 1/5 of that interview?

He probably talks to them and they have no idea what he's talking about lol.

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Post by Turok_TTZ on Sun Mar 05, 2017 7:14 am

I criticized this guy a lot. I will no longer do so.
A credit to the sport.

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Re: Wenger Appreciation Thread

Post by Hapless_Hans on Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:26 am

Another fine article by Daniel Taylor, worth reading in full.


The least Arsène Wenger deserves is a royal Arsenal send-off

It is never easy planning a long goodbye but that is what Arsenal must do now and how much might the mood shift at the Emirates if everyone knows for sure this is his last season?


Take a walk around the Emirates Stadium and it is difficult to think of another football ground in the world where there are so many statues. Herbert Chapman’s is just across from what is now the Danny Fiszman Bridge. Keep on going past the Clock End and you will find Tony Adams immortalised in bronze, arms outstretched, celebrating happier times. Thierry Henry’s statue is another classic pose: on his knees, fists pumped, back arched. Dennis Bergkamp’s is in close proximity, as he often was when they were Highbury team‑mates, and it is not just the three players and one of English football’s iconic managers who have been honoured this way.
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Nothing for Arsène Wenger, though. Not yet, anyway. Presumably it is just a matter of time and let’s hope, when everything has settled down a bit, even his more determined and vitriolic critics will be able to acknowledge it is the least he deserves after three Premier League titles, two Doubles, 21 years in office and the same number of FA Cups, seven, that Liverpool and Chelsea have managed in their entire histories.

Maybe it would be asking too much to expect the more unpleasant elements of the Wenger Out crusade to bear in mind, as one of my favourite sports writers, James Lawton, once observed, that you could collect all their football insights together and it would still not brush against the foothills of Wenger’s knowledge and achievement.

Yet it would be refreshing if when the relevant people get their way, as they surely will in the coming weeks, they do not lose sight of the fact that the subject of their rancour once qualified as managerial greatness. I tend to think Claude Chabrol, the French film director, put it best. “Sometimes,” he said, “you have to accept the fact you are the pigeon, and sometimes you are the statue.”

This, however, is not a defence of Wenger when there is so much irrefutable evidence that his peak years can be spoken about now only in the past tense. History will remember him kindly but his latter years have been the story of a long, accelerating decline and the supporters who have wanted change are entitled to feel vindicated. How can they not when Arsenal are five points closer to the bottom of the table than to the top and not just threatening to become a speck in the distance as far as Manchester City are concerned but also the Premier League’s entire top four?

It certainly feels as if the endgame is looming into view and, however unpalatable it is for Wenger, there does come a time when Arsenal have to understand that if their manager is not willing to cut himself free they might need to show the gumption to do something about it themselves.

Wenger lost his guarantee of a happy ending when he chose to stay on after the FA Cup finals of 2015 and 2017 and one day he might realise that a lot of the people calling for top-level intervention are doing so for his sake – and because they want to spare one of the supreme managers of our times the ordeal of being seen as the problem not the solution.

It is never easy planning a long goodbye but that, more than anything, is what Arsenal have to do now. They would be lying to themselves if they allowed the slide to continue for another season and it is easy to understand what Jamie Carragher, in his television role, is getting at when he says the decision should be announced sooner rather than later so the sport, as a whole, can start toasting Wenger’s achievements rather than pitying him and rubbernecking in his direction.
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Yet the priority now has to be to get the goodbye right if this really is the end for Arsène Wenger and it would feel terribly disappointing if it couldn’t be turned into a celebration of the man.

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2018/mar/03/arsene-wenger-royal-arsenal-send-off

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Re: Wenger Appreciation Thread

Post by urbaNRoots on Sun Mar 04, 2018 5:11 pm

Great stuff.

Wenger doesn‘t have the „he needs to go out on a high“ excuse anymore seeing as he refused to quit twice after winning the FA Cup.

Sucks for him but he needs to be sacked, not in the summer, TONIGHT. No place for sentiment, we still have the EL to fight for.
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Post by BarcaLearning on Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:38 am

Read some of the interview, and geez I almost feel bit sorry for the guy. It sounds like hes made up all these ways to think and to accept his own being at this point it time, like saying these days I have to be able to accept more pain and criticism, and thats because he doesnt have any other interest in his life. No wonder he doesnt quit LOL. Man, I guess Arsenal will probably find a way to let him go nicely....despite if the fact that they do decide to sack him as manager, they will probably put it as mutant consent and upgrade him to director or something.
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Post by S on Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:15 pm



This was an unreal WATTBA moment Proud

What a shame they dint win CL that year
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Post by farfan on Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:25 pm

@S wrote:

This was an unreal WATTBA moment Proud

What a shame they dint win CL that year


Too bad we didn't have a lot of international online football communities back then, would've loved to read what PL haters had to say about an English team styling on a Serie A team at home. Proud
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Post by S on Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:30 pm

@farfan wrote:
@S wrote:

This was an unreal WATTBA moment Proud

What a shame they dint win CL that year


Too bad we didn't have a lot of international online football communities back then, would've loved to read what PL haters had to say about an English team styling on a Serie A team at home. Proud


Wouldnt have minded if it happened today either Proud

Oh wait, Arsenal destroyed Milan 5-1 over two legs dint they hmm
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