happy birthday to the great man – Arsene Wenger   Leave a comment


Arsene Wenger was born on the 22nd of October 1949 in Strasbourg, France. His professional Football career started in 1973 as a sweeper with Mulhouse and then moved onto ASPV Strasbourg and then RC Strasbourg. His real Success has come as a coach where he has managed Nancy, Monaco, Nagoya Grampus Eight and most notably Arsenal.

History
Arsene Wenger’s career as a player went from 1973 to 1981 where he played professionally for 3 clubs.
Currently managing Arsenal is where his football career has been most successful leading Arsenal to 3
premier league titles,4 community shield titles and 4 FA cup titles becoming the most successful manager in Arsenals History.

Clubs
Arsenal 1996- date
Nagoya Grampus 1995 -1996
Monaco 1987-1994
Nancy 1984-1987

THE GREATEST ARSENAL MANAGER SPEAKS

Dear Arsenal supporter,
Everybody was talking about Jack
Wilshere’s goal after Saturday’s
game against Norwich City and it
was certainly one of the best goals
I’ve ever seen.
I especially enjoyed it because it
was a team goal. It had combinations
and the speed which you always like
your team to play with. There was a
mixture of technical quality, quick
thinking, quick reactions and
calmness in front of goal. It was a
great, improvised goal.
We won the game 4-1 but you can’t
say that it was completely
comfortable, even though Norwich’s
keeper was busy. They played well
and at 1-0 and then 2-1 they gave
us some difficult moments.
I was asked in my post-match press
conference whether this Arsenal
team reminds me of the team that
went unbeaten in 2003/04 and of
course it’s much too early to make
comparisons like that.
But I must say we have a good
attitude, we are hungry, and we
have a good solidarity level. We
certainly get that as well from the
fans, who have been right behind us.
We clearly have quality, but how far
we will go is down to how consistent
we can be, how much effort we put
into every single game and how
careful we are not to get into a
comfort zone. You have to avoid
that at the top level.
Self-belief is important and of
course it is strengthened by every
win. In recent years we have been
playing catch-up so it’s good to lead
from the front this season. But
there is a long way to go so let’s
just focus on developing as a team
and keeping our solidarity.
A quick word on Mathieu Flamini,
who went off on Saturday. He had
concussion, so on the advice of the
doctor I took him off because I did
not want to take any gamble. As a
result of the concussion, he cannot
play against Dortmund, but he
should be OK for Saturday.
Even without Mathieu we have
plenty of midfielders and, with
seven games in 23 days, we will
need everybody. I will juggle my
options and everybody will play.
Thanks for your support on
Saturday. Get behind the team again
for what should be a great game
against Dortmund later today.

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Posted October 22, 2013 by arsenalwonder in arsenal, champions league, epl, TRANSFER, Uncategorized

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