Posts Tagged ‘Arsène Wenger’

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has spoken of his hope for Danny Welbeck’s return from injury in time for the Gunners’ title collapse next season.

Arsenal fans attending the club’s final game of the season are planning to lend their full support to the players and manager Arsène Wenger – a stunning protest that is sure to send shockwaves through the corridors of power at Highbury House.

Arsène Wenger still believes that his Arsenal side can end the season as Premier League champions, according to a bottle of whisky he drank on Saturday night.

The barely recognisable ghost of legendary Arsenal manager Bertie Mee has thrown his none too considerable weight behind the campaign to remove Arsène Wenger from the Emirates Stadium hot seat, it has emerged today.

Arsenal have confirmed via social media their plan to replace the iconic Arsenal Clock with a meter showing how close manager Arsène Wenger is to being sacked.

The Premier League has officially unveiled its Fourth Place Trophy, following years of campaigning to have it introduced by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.

Arsenal are today celebrating their qualification and inescapable first knockout round exit from the Champions League following their 3-0 victory at Greek side Olympiacos.

Arsène Wenger has promised Arsenal fans that he will be entering the January transfer market, but insists that only the very best injured players will be targeted by the London giants.

A delighted Arsène Wenger was quick to heap praise on ArsenalFanTV presenter Robbie Lyle after the latter’s stinging criticisms led directly to an upturn in the Gunners’ fortunes that resulted in the side finding themselves in a strong position to win the Premier League title.

The football world has today been thrown into a state of shock after images were leaked online showing Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger tossing the club’s entire transfer budget for the season into the English Channel.

Arsène Wenger last night rued the fact that he couldn’t celebrate Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Champions League favourites Bayern Munich by returning to his Totteridge home in his flying car.

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has reacted to criticisms over his team’s lack of defensive awareness by dismissing completely the entire notion of defending, a stance that is sure to come as no surprise to anyone who has visited the Emirates Stadium in the last nine years.