Arsene Wenger is the longest serving manager in the Barclays Premier League at present. That alone is a great compliment. A manger overseeing over a thousand games in this cut-throat era of football management is very rare. Throw in the three league titles and four FA cup victories and you have a legend.
Bergkamp’s return to Arsenal set in stone! by PM
There is no doubt that Dennis Bergkamp is seen by Arsenal supporters as one of our greatest ever heroes along with other legends like Thierry Henry and Tony Adams, and it is great news that the Dutchman is going to be rewarded with a statue of his own at the Emirates this summer.
After watching Arsenal’s performances in the last 3 games I’ve really made my mind up that Wenger would make a magnificent scout but I’m not convinced the guy is a world class manager.
There’s so many weaknesses in this side it’s unforgivable, Yes, Wenger was the man at the top when we were the invincibles which was an incredible time to be a gooner.
Why Wenger shouldn’t be fired at this current moment by KJ
Tony Adams thinks Bould will clash with Wenger by TS
Well now, isn’t Tony Adams the bearer of bad news lately. First he laid into Wenger for selling Robin Van Persie, then he criticized Arsenal for not bring in any new players and now the former Gunner is hinting that Bould and Wenger will clash very soon. It’s irrelevant that I actually agree on the last thing Adams said; it’s just surprising to hear him become so controversial. He’s quite a grouch.
The ex-Arsenal star Freddie Ljungberg has just retired from football at 35 years of age, and he has taken the opportunity to celebrate his glory days at Arsenal, where he won two League titles and three FA Cup Winners medals. But he remembers that Arsene Wenger used to buy in top stars every year, and thinks that the Frenchman doesn’t get the same support from the board as he used to in those wonderful times.
BREAKING NEWS: by SV
Just yesterday I posted an article on the on-going saga of RVP’s contract and I speculated as to the state of the negotiations. And, as it would be due to sods law, there was a MASSIVE update today (I’m writing on the 4th of July) as to our captain’s position.
Dennis Bergkamp is being linked with a surprise move to South Wales with Swansea City as media speculation rises over the appointment of a new manager at the Liberty Stadium. According to reports in the Daily Mail, Arsenal legend Bergkamp is the bookmakers favourite to succeed Brendan Rodgers, who has moved to Anfield to become the new manager of Liverpool. The Non-Flying Dutchman fits Swansea’s need for a young and hungry manager and it is rumoured that the club are looking to bring him to England, which will mean that Bergkamp will have to quit his current post as assistant manager to Frank de Boer at Ajax.