'Wenger's Principles Are A Restriction...'

'Wenger's Principles Are A Restriction...'

It sounds like Arsenal's second biggest shareholder Alisher Usmanov is getting a little sick of Arsene Wenger's lack of progress. "I like Arsene for his principles," Usmanov said after the 2-1 defeat to Manchester United. "But principles are sort of restriction. And restrictions are always lost possibilities. No genius can retain its level when he does not admit [his] own mistakes. Only when you admit your mistakes you rid of them." Ouch...

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aybe Southampton's objectives have changed. They were looking to be a Champions League club, I believe. I love this quote so much. So arrogant. So poignant. You can see where it's all gone wrong.

MarkyDee
Rodgers: The pressure's on

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o make it more fair, we should remove the requirements to score goals and not to concede goals. Then we could just spin and dance and leap and twirl and we'd never have to grow up! We'd be the bestest evar!

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inners two weeks in a row? I haven't felt this good since the halcyon days of sir alex and micky phelan.

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