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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Carlos Vela Praises Arsene Wenger for Keeping Faith on Young Players

Carlos Vela, Arsenal’s hat-trick hero against Sheffield United in the Carling Cup, has thanked manager Arsene Wenger for keeping his faith on the youngsters at the Emirates stadium. Vela scored three goals in their 6-0 triumph over Sheffield United. The Mexican striker joined the North London club in a move from Chivas for a £2.5 million deal. However, he grew matured as a player under the guidance of Arsene Wenger. Now, he has started paying back with dividends to Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger featured a seemingly reserve side against Sheffield United, but Wenger’s young guns outclassed the opponents and secured a place in the fourth round of the tournament. Vela has recently said that Arsene Wenger’s reputation made him join Arsenal and has expressed his respect to Wenger for his faith on the young players like himself. Admitting that he has received many advices from Wenger regarding his play, Vela has also revealed that players at Arsenal are very close as a group of players and have good friendship. Indicating Wenger’s reputation for working with young players, Vela thinks, Wenger has proven his reputation once again featuring a team where the oldest player was the 23-year-old goalkeeper.

Arsene Wenger is definitely one of the best managers in today’s football with abilities to nurture talent. He always holds positive outlook and is able to get the best out of his players. Arsene Wenger deserves the full credit for recognizing the talented footballers at a tender age.

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