Sunday, 22 April 2018

Arsene Wenger breaks silence in first interview since Arsenal exit announcement


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Arsene Wenger has admitted it has been a difficult few days, but has refused to explain why he decided to announce his Arsenal departure this week.

Arsene Wenger arrives at the Emirates for the game against West Ham
Arsene Wenger arrives at the Emirates for the game against West Ham
In his first interview since Friday's shock announcement that the Frenchman will leave his role as manager after 22 years, he vowed to focus on winning his remaining matches and leaving the club in a good position for his successor.

But when asked about the timing of his exit, he said he will reveal the reasons at the end of the season.

"I will come out on that a bit later," he told Sky Sports.

Sunday, 8 April 2018

'He seems to live in a constant fear. Not so much of defeats but of the loss of power and authority'


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Man City boss Pep Guardiola has been criticised again by former Bayern doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt.
 Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola 
PEP GUARDIOLA HAS been accused of “overestimating himself” and believing “he knows better than anybody” by former Bayern Munich doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt.
This is not the first time that the Manchester City boss has faced criticism from a man he previously worked alongside at the Allianz Arena.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Mourinho is the new Wenger


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"Once revolutionaries, Wenger and Mourinho on verge of irrelevance."  Tony Evans (ESPN)

mourinho wenger fight
Mourinho & Wenger did fight on the touchline

10 reasons why Mourinho is the new Wenger:


1. He can't win big trophies anymore
  • Last Champions League win was 9 years ago
  • Ryan Giggs tells Gareth Bale to snub José Mourinho and stay at Real Madrid. The Wales manager says forward can win more trophies at Bernabéu (The Guardian)
  • "Roy Keane: My goodness, the manager was including the Charity Shield as a major trophy. My God...you know you're in trouble." (the Express)
  • Jose Mourinho's opinion of the Europa League has changed drastically in four years. Jose Mourinho has insisted winning the Europa League is a much greater achievement than finishing in the top four, four years after insisting he did not “want my players to feel the Europa League is our competition.” (The Independent)