17
Dec

HOW AUBAMEYANG HAS DISAPPOINTED WENGER REVEALED

Legendary Arsenal manager Arsenal Wenger talked up the then club-record signing of Gabonese international Pierre-EmerickAubameyangwhen he joined him in North London in January 2018. Arsene Wenger was the man who gave Aubameyang his Arsenaldebut against Everton in the Premier League and he repaid his faith in him by netting a goal in his first game for the Gunners.

Arsenal were said to have paid around £57m to secure the signing of Aubameyang from German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund three years ago.Aubameyang was the most expensive signing of the Arsene Wenger era at Arsenal and he was also the last signing made by the Frenchman before his time as the Gunners manager came to an end in the summer of 2018

11
Nov

WENGER ADVISES UNITED ON RONALDO

Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has advised Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United on how to get the best out of Cristiano Ronaldo. Wenger talked about the return of Ronaldo to the Theatre of Dreams in an interview monitored by Metro. According to him, signing Ronaldo was not a mistake on the part of the Red Devils.

26
Oct

PREMIER LEAGUE: ARTETA NAMED BEST MANAGER

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has bagged the Manager of the Month Award in the Premier League for the month of September after leading the Gunners to a perfect record during the month under review. Mikel Arteta and Arsenal had a record of three wins from three Premier League matches last month.

23
Sep

WENGER SAYS ARSENAL SHOULD NOT BE WRITTEN OFF YET

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Despite the heavy criticism that has been weighed in on Arsenal and Mikel Arteta so far this season, there are still some people who believe that the Gunners can still come good and have a turnaround this season. One of those who still have faith in Arteta and Arsenal is the club's former manager Arsene Wenger.

21
Aug

WENGER BACKS WHITE TO BE A TOP SIGNING FOR ARSENAL

English Premier League clubs have been working on transfers since the opening of the summer transfer window and no one is wanting to be left behind, including Arsenal. The Gunners have often been criticized in the last couple of years for their inability to make beneficial player recruitment either because they refused to pay up the full transfer amount to sign them or splashing the cash on the wrong player. However, they seem to have shown a lot of seriousness this summer after completing the transfers of a number of players to their squad.

7
Jul

WENGER SAYS KANE NEEDS TO LEAVE TOTTENHAM

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is currently in a state of dilemma and still has to make a huge decision about his future this summer. The England international striker has had his future up in the air since the beginning of the last two season's summer transfer window and those rumors have continued to grow in the past months Kane is widely considered to be one of the best strikers not just in the English Premier League but in the world. However, he has grown discontent and dissatisfied at Tottenham and wishes to move on to follow his desire to win trophies.

The Spurs man has been a lethal goalscorer since making his debut for the London club but having already hit 28 years of age, he is now more concerned than ever about winning trophies and that's the main reason he has expressed his desire to leave the Tottenham Hotspur stadium as soon as he has the opportunity to.

26
Jun

WENGER: ARSENAL ARE CURRENTLY VERY LOW ON CONFIDENCE

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that his former club are currently very low on confidence and need to start working on changing that as soon as possible before it does more damage to the team. The Gunners are enduring a difficult time at the moment and are currently finding it hard to attract their top transfer targets after they failed to finish the season in a spot that would have seen them compete in Europe next season.

2
Jun

WENGER: I WANTED VAN PERSIE TO CONTINUE AT ARSENAL

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has disclosed that he tried to convince Robin van Persie to stay back at Arsenal but could not stop the Dutchman from fulfilling his desire by moving to Manchester United. Van Persie left the Emirates Stadium back in the summer transfer window of 2013 and moved to Old Trafford where he signed for Sir Alex Ferguson's Devils.

Van Persie's move to United is recognized as one of the finest of transfers in the English Premier League, as the former Arsenal man spearheaded the Red Devils' attack, scoring 20 league goals that season and helping the club clinch their 20th Premier League title. The former striker was always known as a goal poacher and a deadly striker in the box, and when the opportunity arose to move to Old Trafford, he could not turn it down.

7
May

WENGER SUPPORTS KANE’S TOTTENHAM STAY

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged Tottenham's star striker Harry Kane to remain at the club despite a lot of temptation surrounding him to quit Spurs. Kane is currently facing a huge dilemma regarding his future with some people asking him to quit the club in search of trophies elsewhere while others including Wenger, have suggested that he stays instead.

Jermain Defoe and Roy Keane have both suggested that the England international forward leave Spurs to increase his chances of ending his career with silverware, but Wenger thinks otherwise.

Kane is a known prolific goalscorer and he reminded everyone just how much of a goal poacher he is after finding the back of the net for England against Albania on Sunday, taking his international goalscoring tally to 33 in just 52 appearances.

27
Mar

Arsene Wenger Makes His Top 4 Prediction Following Tuchel's Impressive Start

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has taken a full assessment of Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and has now revealed his predictions regarding which teams will make the top four spots come the end of the season. According to Wenger, his former fierce rivals Chelsea will miss out on the top four places, but only by a fraction. The former manager said anytime he remembers the performance the Blues put in against Southampton in their 1-1 draw, he keeps getting reminded that the Stamford Bridge club can't comfortably break into the first four positions in the table.


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