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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Arsene Wenger: No Need of Revolution at Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is very much concerned about the fact that his side could not land any title for the last four seasons, but the French manager does not think Arsenal needs any big investment to buy star players in Summer in order to bolster its squad. Rather, the manager believes that the average of Arsenal squad is 22 and there is no need to cause a revolution at this moment. He is not yet totally disappointed by Arsenal’s performance.

Arsene Wenger is known for his strong youth side and he is good at handling young players and making them future stars in football. For example, when Thierry Hendy joined Arsenal, the French striker was a lesser known player, but by the time he left the club, he already became an Arsenal legend. The same thing could go for Cesc Fabregas as well as Emmanuel Adebayor. So, I think, Arsene Wenger does not need to spend more to add players to his current squad. Rather, Wenger should try to prepare his young players at Arsenal youth side, and keep an eye on young talented players around the world whom he can land at Arsenal and nurture them so that they could become future stars of Arsenal.

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