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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Angelito » Tue Jan 14, 2020 12:08 pm

elkanofan wrote:Same, i love him. The definition of old school no nonsense manager! Knows his level but is a master at his level.


I know I'll open a can of worms for the disgruntled Wenger critics here, but I agree with him. Wenger is the best manager in Prem history. I read someone saying that SAF was great for ManU, Wenger was great for football. And that's it. Wenger's the most influential manager in Premier League history and the best. He changed the game like Cruyff did, or Sacchi did. SAF is of course the most successful.

My top-5 would be:

1. Wenger
2. SAF
3. Pep
4. Jose
5. Klopp

Although Benitez is in the mix too. Klopp will overtake Jose in a few years if he keeps this up.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby VCC » Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:39 pm

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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Ach » Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:12 pm

He really is intent on being hated by Arsenal fans isn't he?

What a dick
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Angelito » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:54 am

Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Power n Glory » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:56 am

No problem with Wenger defending his record and especially when an absolute bum is mouthing off as if he's done better.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Dejan » Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:49 am

Jep. Delusional

Glad he is gone

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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Phil71 » Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:57 am

Angelito wrote:Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.


Yeah that's the way I see it.

Wenger's message there is more about Emery making excuses for his own shortfallings.

We got worse under Emery.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Tony Adams » Tue Feb 18, 2020 10:14 am

Angelito wrote:Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.
"I obviously am partly responsible, but you see that the team has not exactly done better since I left.” Emery

So Emery did at least acknowledge some responsibility. Unlike Wenger who even now still believes he was right.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Phil71 » Tue Feb 18, 2020 10:52 am

Tony Adams wrote:
Angelito wrote:Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.
"I obviously am partly responsible, but you see that the team has not exactly done better since I left.” Emery

So Emery did at least acknowledge some responsibility. Unlike Wenger who even now still believes he was right.


Emery is completely responsible for the way the team played and the results whilst he was here.

We got worse under him. Not even a little bit better. Worse.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Ach » Tue Feb 18, 2020 11:07 am

Phil71 wrote:
Tony Adams wrote:
Angelito wrote:Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.
"I obviously am partly responsible, but you see that the team has not exactly done better since I left.” Emery

So Emery did at least acknowledge some responsibility. Unlike Wenger who even now still believes he was right.


Emery is completely responsible for the way the team played and the results whilst he was here.

We got worse under him. Not even a little bit better. Worse.

Fifth and a final is worse than sixth and a semi? A semi I might add we spent the majority of the home leg playing against 10 men v Argentinian Allardyce

Even for you, that's far fetched
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Phil71 » Tue Feb 18, 2020 12:43 pm

Ach wrote:
Phil71 wrote:
Tony Adams wrote:
Angelito wrote:Love it from Wenger.

Unai disrespecting Arsenal and our players, whilst refusing to take his share of the blame will no doubt find an audience in this tone-deaf community though.
"I obviously am partly responsible, but you see that the team has not exactly done better since I left.” Emery

So Emery did at least acknowledge some responsibility. Unlike Wenger who even now still believes he was right.


Emery is completely responsible for the way the team played and the results whilst he was here.

We got worse under him. Not even a little bit better. Worse.

Fifth and a final is worse than sixth and a semi? A semi I might add we spent the majority of the home leg playing against 10 men v Argentinian Allardyce

Even for you, that's far fetched


The league is what matters.

Don't get me wrong - I wanted Wenger out. But when you compare his last 51 league games against the 51 league games Emery had:

Wenger:
POINTS 87
GOALS FOR 103
GOALS AGAINST 67

Emery:
POINTS 88
GOALS FOR 91
GOALS AGAINST 70
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Marsbar100 » Tue Feb 18, 2020 12:58 pm

Both crap, no point arguing on what turd looks better.

Thankfully we actually now have a manager.
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Re: In Arsène We Shall Always Trust ~ Victoria Concordia Cre

Postby Tony Adams » Tue Feb 18, 2020 1:23 pm

Marsbar100 wrote:Both crap, no point arguing on what turd looks better.

Thankfully we actually now have a manager.
Wonder how his first 51 games will look :hiding:
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