Wenger: Quotation of the day

“If you play tennis tomorrow, you lose against Nadal, you can still say you are a good player.”
Roger Federer might be comforted by Wenger’s words but the fact is that he still lost and lost not because he played badly, he just came up against a more relentless player.
We would have no problems if Arsenal had done what Federer did, play a good game, and still lost. It was the abjectness of their defeats which have been so disquieting.
Wenger knows this. It has been a bitter end to the season and fans have reacted strongly. It is a bit fallacious to say that Man Utd’s resources cannot be matched. This is not a David vs Goliath situation. Arsenal has the money but the conscious game plan has been to spend it on young and relatively inexperienced talent. It has worked superbly to a level just below the best but the last few matches have proved that it is not enough.

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One comment on “Wenger: Quotation of the day
  1. it is really a thing of joy that i did not see ade in arsenal lineup against manunited am very happy that is to say that at the end of the season is leaving arsenal that is a really good news because that striker of a thing is very layz to my liking and for the manager the reason why i most say these is because it look at like the manager him self is playing with the club which the mqanagement are not seeing what you look at the way sir alex celebrate the league after winning it you will know that winning a trophy at the end of any season is important, the reason why i do not like arsene wenger is just because he refuse to spend the money given to him for me his time is up as the arsenal manager. let me tell you if he contioue like these he will end up winning no thing sir pls spent the money is not is for the development of the club

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