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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:58 pm 
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I always knew we were going to give Monseuir Wenger the final send off he deserves... Thank you my Bayern Munchen heroes :thumb: :lol: :rotf: :o ... That game should have been a dozen 12-0. The fluke penalty they got was pure luck... So many hand balls.. Damm :o 8-)

If he doesn't leave Emirates this season, I expect a massive revolution led by DT, Troopz, Moh, Claude and others.. Thank you Bayern Munchen.. The Gunner fans should be thanking us for the service we did for them... :D :D :D :D :thumb: :thumb: :thumbs: :thumbs:


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Arsene Wenger says he will definitely be managing next season, whether at Arsenal "or somewhere else".

Wenger, 67, was speaking at the end of one of the most turbulent weeks of his two-decade tenure as Gunners boss.

After Wednesday's 5-1 Champions League defeat by Bayern Munich, several ex-players said they believed his time in charge was coming to an end.

The Frenchman's contract expires at the end of this season and he said he would decide on a new deal in March or April.

"No matter what happens I will manage for another season. Whether it's here or somewhere else, that is for sure," Wenger said on Friday.

"If I said March or April it is because I didn't know. I do not want to come back on that.

"I am used to the criticism. I think in life it's important to do what you think is right and all the rest is judgement. I am in a public job and I have to accept that, but I have to behave with my values."

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Wenger, who has been in charge of Arsenal since 1996, said: "We let everyone judge and criticise, we have to deal with that. We have to bounce back, that is what life is about.

"Even if I go, Arsenal will not win every single game in the future. It is not like before I arrived Arsenal had won five times in the European Cup.

"What is important is that the club makes the right decision for the future. I care about this club and its future and it is very important the club is in safe hands.

"The main emotion is everyone has a big disappointment. We have to regroup and refocus on the next game, and to take care of the consequences a disappointing result can have on everyone's spirit.

"We have to focus on the real problems and they are the way we play football, not my future.

"It is always important not to look for wrong excuses in life."
Wenger's 'lowest point'?

Arsenal have not won the Premier League since 2004, with FA Cups in 2005, 2014 and 2015 the only major silverware Wenger has secured since.

However, he has consistently qualified for the lucrative Champions League and the club has continued to grow financially, despite the pressures of building a new stadium.

The Gunners reached the knockout stage of Europe's elite club competition for a 14th year in a row this season, but the last-16 first-leg thrashing at German champions Bayern leaves them with little hope of progressing.

The performance, coupled with earlier damaging league defeats by Chelsea and Watford, prompted several former Arsenal players - some of whom played under Wenger - to suggest his time was up.

Former Gunners captain Martin Keown described the defeat as Wenger's "lowest point", while ex-defender Lee Dixon said: "This team is getting no response from him. I've never seen him like that."

In the Premier League, they are 10 points adrift of leaders Chelsea. After the Blues beat them 3-1 on 4 February, ex-England defender Danny Mills said Arsenal "have settled for fourth again".

Earlier, former striker Ian Wright, who scored 185 goals for the club between 1991 and 1998, said he believed Wenger's time as Arsenal boss was "coming to the end", although the Frenchman later denied giving any indication of his future plans.

Meanwhile, Wenger also said defender and captain Laurent Koscielny will have a scan on the injury he suffered against Bayern.

The France international was replaced by Gabriel after limping off just after half-time, and within seven minutes Arsenal conceded twice to go 3-1 down.

The Gunners travel to National League Sutton United in the FA Cup fifth round on Monday (19:55 GMT kick-off). The match is live on BBC One.

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The resurrection of M15! Am i dreaming or what?

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oloye wrote:
The resurrection of M15! Am i dreaming or what?



Na so we see am o!

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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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The resurrection of M15! Am i dreaming or what?



Na so we see am o!

Yep...

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Welcome back, MI5 !

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:43 pm 
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Welcome Back MI5

We have to respect Wenger because consistently coming 3 or 4th in the demanding EPL is no easy feat.
Also takes something very special to win the league which i have always said is beyond Wenger's capacity.
The good thing is at least he actualizes his level of competence on a consistent basis.


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Arsene, should stay another season as part of a transition programme.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:23 pm 
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MI5,

E don tey wey i read something useful here on CE because Arsenal fans nor let persin see road. UP BAYERN!!!!!!!!!!!! Stars of the South.

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Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).


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There seem to be a paradigm shift at Arsenal about the way forward. Wenger might decide to leave a sinking ship after 20 years in charge. One thing is clear, Wenger is the best that Arsenal has. He has always, met his target financially.

Ozil is being made a scapegoat at Arsenal. Oloye don abuse di player tire! Source

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wiseone wrote:
Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).

Dude we've already been having years of turbulence.

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Toxicarrow wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
oloye wrote:
The resurrection of M15! Am i dreaming or what?



Na so we see am o!

Yep...

Nna! I had to double take.

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theYemster wrote:
wiseone wrote:
Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).

Dude we've already been having years of turbulence.


It will continue for some more time. Wenger and Wengerists have found their voices after the Munich debacle, and are now bringing out stats to show that Arsenal is the second best team in the EPL...

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theYemster wrote:
wiseone wrote:
Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).

Dude we've already been having years of turbulence.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

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wiseone wrote:
Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).

Not if they handle their transition better. Utd suffered from wholesale changes in backroom staff and on the pitch with egoist like LVG and Moyes. Moyes didn't listen to wise counsel on staff and LVG thought he could change anything and control everything. We lost players that had no business leaving and replaced them with scrubs, it was telling at the last Euro finals when the players we got rid of were on the pitch in the finals and their replacements were on the bench.

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Tbite wrote:
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wiseone wrote:
Arsenal fans are about to get the "Man Utd experience" (AKA losing a great long serving manager, followed by years of turbulence).

Dude we've already been having years of turbulence.


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ARSEnal fans are ungrateful bunch. Here is a man who has consistently delivered on his stated objectives and is been hounded out even though he is in the peak of his financial career.

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Welcome back...

Please, Wenger should do the way of Biya...

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Welcome back...

Please, Wenger should do the way of Biya...

No oh, Mugabe is the way :thumbs:. Biya is a small pikin at 87 compared to Biya at 92. Wenger has to hang on to the post for at least another 25 years to match the great Don of Zimbabwe :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:.

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Mi5,

Welcome back...

Please, Wenger should do the way of Biya...

No oh, Mugabe is the way :thumbs:. Biya is a small pikin at 87 compared to Biya at 92. Wenger has to hang on to the post for at least another 25 years to match the great Don of Zimbabwe :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:.


Mugabe and Wenger will retire within the next few months.

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if wenger does leave, Arsenal will suffer the exact same fate that befell ManU after Alex Ferguson left
You will drop out of the Champions league places and it will take you at least 3 or four seasons to work your way back


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