Wenger leaving Arsenal at the end of the season.

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  1. NZBlue

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    I think there might be some confusion here. When it was announced Joey Barton was taking over at Highbury. ......
     
  2. Citizen in Pakistan

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    Had a great careet at arsenal with its ups and downs. Deserve a proper send of from their fans. His abscence from pl will be missed.
     
  3. Mr. Wednesday

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    His glory days were about 15 years ago and his snide comments about City and Sterling were out of order.
    Makes it all the sweeter that in his final season City slapped his team 9-1 on aggregate.
     
  4. taleofbluehalves

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    I’m that sense I wish he was staying!
     
  5. lonestay

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    So the Pep effect is already influencing Arsenal's managerial decisions ! Let's get an ex Barca manager that's worked up in Manchester, why wouldn't it work here?
     
  6. kippaxwarrior

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    Only partly agree. First ten years he built some great sides and took the pisscan head on and some of the football was brilliant.

    However has hasn't won the league in 14 years, never won the the champions league and since ourselves and Chelsea came in to money he's been unbelievably bitter towards the 2 clubs claiming financial doping and not being able to compete to buy the best players which is fucking ironic since

    A) He's conveniently forgot that when he took over Arsenal they were given a £50M "loan" by Danny Fizman so he could buy the best players and build teams

    B) Since the move to the new stadium he's been obsessed with making money(he's one of the highest paid managers in the world) rather than spend it. And he's only spent big money like Ozil due to the fact he was put under pressure from the board and and fans to spend.

    His stubbornness and failure to adapt to the modern game has left him and Arsenal miles behind. He should of left 5 years ago and for me he's definitely outstayed his welcome and I wont miss him at all
     
  7. gordondaviesmoustache

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    That’s completely unfair on Hitler who left office with grace and dignity.
     
  8. gordondaviesmoustache

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    He’s shit at poker. Every time he gets a good hand he can’t help saying “so happy”. It’s the most obvious tell In Christendom. Mourinho, on the other hand is brilliant, as he just looks like a miserable cünt all the time.
     
  9. Ancient Citizen

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    Good post this, I too was mightily pissed off with the French twat when he started on us, and ignored the inconvenient truth
    of their own 'Financial Doping.' No different to the Rag dopers Davies and Gibson, yet he has to justify his failures
    by accusing the opposition of unfair advantage.
    Fuck him, glad to see the back of the Gallic prick.
     
  10. whp.blue

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    That would be a great call.
    Straight from Sun Tzu playbook.
    Bournemouth would be weaker and they have caused us more trouble than the Arse this season.
     
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