Arséne Wenger: Deal With It

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Makingtrax, Oct 7, 2016.

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  1. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    I personally don't think Sanchez will sign but we'll see.

    Rvp got fit, scored 48 league goals in 63 games. then left
  2. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Said everything for ages

    Yeah, RvP finally delivered after years of the club sticking by him and developing him with little back in return.

    My fave ever player but RvP done us wrong.
  3. Notorious Big

    Notorious Big Well-Known Member

    I hate that Dutch ****,but he saw that club don't have any ambition apart to fight for top 4 and one good season in Utd was enough for him to get EPL title.He is prick in sense that he gave us one and half year of great football and he was injured almost whole time in Arsenal.But football it's like that.
  4. Arsenalfaced

    Arsenalfaced Active Member

    I hope Wenger is relieved of his duties in this meeting, the man is tired and needs to be put his misery. No new contract, the talks needs to be around who we get in next
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  5. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    Not really his fault if he was injury prone. He did well generally when he did play in those years. And then smashed it when he eventually had a period without injury. Don't think he could have done a lot more to be honest. Not exactly talkin about a ledley king situation
  6. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    Just checked his record and he averaged 22 league appearances a season for 7 seasons. Until the final season where he played every game. not the worst fitness record I've ever heard
  7. Velli

    Velli Member

    Wenger is extending, and Europa League status confirmed for the coming seasons unless Everton step up.

    On to the new era of 6th is a trophy, still 6th out of 92, etc.
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  8. Bergkamp a Dutch Master

    Bergkamp a Dutch Master Well-Known Member

    Anyone know the timing of the Board meeting that Wenger mentioned? I'd like to tip off the Samaritans to expect rather a lot of suicidal calls soon afterwards.
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  9. gunner4lyfe

    gunner4lyfe Well-Known Member

    He wanted to give back to Arsenal but needed support which he didnt get from Wenger. I dont blame him one bit for leaving.
  10. gunner4lyfe

    gunner4lyfe Well-Known Member

    Was he injury proned though? Seemed to have got on well after he left. I think wengers coaching methods are hampering the players' careers. They arrive her fine and then become injury proned.
  11. goonerwarsh

    goonerwarsh Well-Known Member Trusted

    John Cross keeps punting that Wenger is definitely staying. Another two years and apparently willing to accept changes to structure...

    Which will fix absolutely nothing of course.

    Coupled with the fact, we have Kroenke unwilling to sell the club, only interested in profits...ooops...I mean apparently interested in helping the club become successful.

    Two stubborn men who are now holding the club back and responsible for this malaise and stagnation. Neither of them are either capable of doing what is necessary to fix what is wrong but yet it doesn't seem to matter.
  12. GoonerBoy19

    GoonerBoy19 Well-Known Member

    Without any changes we will get worse in coming years. I hope Wenger leaves now rather being sacked in even worse condition.
  13. BBF

    BBF Real name: Ragip Xh...

    What insults? No one insulted you.

    You mean, Chelsea owner, and the person with the most shares in Chelsea is helping fund their new stadium? Wow. Crazy. I've never seen that happen before. Nice sources btw... I'm sure "Therealchelseafans" with their poor grammar are the epitome of cutting edge journalism.
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  14. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, there's that to take into consideration. def something not right with the amount of long term injuries. Rosicky, Diaby, Wilshere etc
  15. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    Think they're aware of the situation and have extra staff on standby
  16. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Said everything for ages

    Rosicky had issues before he joined. Diaby was fine until Dan Smith killed his ankle, what can Wenger do about a criminal challenge like that?

    Even RvP, one of his biggest injuries was an impact injury on international duty when Chiellini challenged him.
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  17. Toast

    Toast Well-Known Member

    We've had extremely high numbers of hamstring injuries though. Those are preventable. I think this season we've finally been able to figure that particular problem out though.

    I wrote about it years ago, e.g. here and here.

    Wenger is certainly partially to blame for these injuries as well. For example, he admitted to overplaying Ramsey (who then got a hamstring injury), and he admitted he wouldn't rest Alexis (against Norwich ffs) even though the latter had a hamstring problem. Alexis then of course got injured with, you guessed it, a hamstring injury. There are plenty of other examples.

    Many of our injuries over the years were preventable and Wenger is one of the main culprits for our injury troubles.
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  18. Sanchez11

    Sanchez11 Everything is sh1t

    After the F.A cup final i heard this morning
  19. jvw

    jvw Member

    This new role the board are creating is completely pointless. They don't even intend to give the person any power, it's just a lame attempt at a compromise solution to appease the fans and maybe calm Wenger's worst excesses. But it won't work, he'll marginalise them and carry on doing things the way he always has. He's the problem (on the playing side) and any solution involving him is destined to fail.
  20. OShea's2010

    OShea's2010 Well-Known Member

    Maybe the board will think the fans will fall for it. pretty feeble stuff really
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