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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 8:57 am 
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Good for him

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:59 am 
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Samora Machel wrote:

The legend :clap: :clap: hope one day he run fifa.The guy who change English football and pave ways for small boys like Klopp and Pep.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2019 8:49 pm 
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kajifu wrote:
Samora Machel wrote:

The legend :clap: :clap: hope one day he run fifa.The guy who change English football and pave ways for small boys like Klopp and Pep.


No let Zee catch you oh! :woot:

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Should bode well for Zelalem.

Perfect role for Igwe, was worried Bayern would be the big club with grand expectations, that would pickle his pastry.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2019 4:59 pm 
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Scipio Africanus wrote:
kajifu wrote:
Samora Machel wrote:

The legend :clap: :clap: hope one day he run fifa.The guy who change English football and pave ways for small boys like Klopp and Pep.


No let Zee catch you oh! :woot:

Oga Zee knows Wenger na papa for Klop and Pep


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:05 am 
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A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 6:23 am 
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cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 12:56 pm 
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Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?

We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 3:30 pm 
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cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?

We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?

My brother you should know better.People will attack you for saying anything about Wenger that they don't like to hear.Telling them Wenger over stay to them is a crime,even though Wenger himself has admit he over stay.If Wenger was not force out, they will still want him continue...


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 12:16 am 
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cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?


We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?


All your imagination. No one knows whether top clubs have come calling or not. You also cannot possibly tell that he had lost his passion for the dugout. All your feelings that you've chosen to present as facts.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:40 pm 
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Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?


We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?


All your imagination. No one knows whether top clubs have come calling or not. You also cannot possibly tell that he had lost his passion for the dugout. All your feelings that you've chosen to present as facts.

Not feelings. If he was so hot, top clubs would have come calling.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2019 1:10 pm 
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cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?


We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?


All your imagination. No one knows whether top clubs have come calling or not. You also cannot possibly tell that he had lost his passion for the dugout. All your feelings that you've chosen to present as facts.

Not feelings. If he was so hot, top clubs would have come calling.

He reject all top clubs and went to fifa,Wenger is washed up not something i like to say,any well run big club will not touch him.Though i will take him than Barca current coach.Messi can cover for our oga


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 26, 2019 9:30 pm 
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kajifu wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?


We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?


All your imagination. No one knows whether top clubs have come calling or not. You also cannot possibly tell that he had lost his passion for the dugout. All your feelings that you've chosen to present as facts.

Not feelings. If he was so hot, top clubs would have come calling.

He reject all top clubs and went to fifa,Wenger is washed up not something i like to say,any well run big club will not touch him.Though i will take him than Barca current coach.Messi can cover for our oga

He rejected top clubs? Pray which serious offer did he reject?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 1:43 am 
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cchinukw wrote:
kajifu wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
Cally wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
A good semi retirement gig. I wish he had left Arsenal sooner and saved us the heartache of a protracted transition to wherever.


I expected you to show up with your usual "I wish he'd left earlier."

He's left and what have you done since then? Stay there and be wishing he'd left earlier instead of giving the man his due respect. When you finish, go back to your club and tell us your next wish.

It should have been obvious to all but the swindled of heart that he was done ages ago.

Since he left did any top club come calling? If not why?


We all knew he had lost the passion for the dugout and was more of a corporate man. But mba...my Arsenal bredren still thought that like Lazarus his career would rise from the dead.

I had always known that Arsenal needed major root and branch surgery. He was just one plank of a hydra headed systemic problem.

The major issue is the club owner. My argument about Wenger is that by him staying on as long as he did without succession planning, he was complicit in the decay that set in after his and the club's glory years. What is so hard to grasp?


All your imagination. No one knows whether top clubs have come calling or not. You also cannot possibly tell that he had lost his passion for the dugout. All your feelings that you've chosen to present as facts.

Not feelings. If he was so hot, top clubs would have come calling.

He reject all top clubs and went to fifa,Wenger is washed up not something i like to say,any well run big club will not touch him.Though i will take him than Barca current coach.Messi can cover for our oga

He rejected top clubs? Pray which serious offer did he reject?

West Ham,Everton,Bayern etc.
Wenger remain the real d eal,seriously it was shocking if he was trying t o even go into coaching again,national team coaching will fit him not club coaching doing it day to d ay


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