Thursday, 17 August 2017

Arsene Wenger was asked about Alexis, Mesut Ozil, holding stars to their contracts and whether player power truly exists when he faced the media on Wednesday.This is what he had to say:on whether it’s his decision on Alexis…It’s my decision, but after the board has to of course agree with me. And if they don’t agree we have to consider it as well, and I will accept it. But the board is behind me on that.on the clubs having to make a financial sacrifice in this situation…It is a financial sacrifice. It is a sacrifice that you have to calculate how much it costs. If you let the player go and you buy somebody you spend maybe more than you lose. And as well if you extend the contracts it costs you maybe more than you lose when you keep the player. So you have to consider the length of the contract as well that the players want. So all that is in consideration, the financial sacrifice is not as heavy as it looks.on whether it’s an impossible equation to calculate…You cannot. Anyway, you can have an estimation of what it costs if you lose the player, what it costs if you extend the player, and all that. What it costs if you buy a new player. You can do that, approximately. After that, the ratio between what the player will cost, what he brings back, this has gone. How can you quantify today what Neymar costs? Will he bring €300million back? It’s impossible to say. There is a part that is rational, and the other part is completely irrational: it is passion, ego, pride, you can call that how you want. How much is that worth financially? Maybe that’s down to every club.on focusing on football rather than finances…Of course. I am a football manager, I want Alexis to stay, and that’s it. After that, all the financial implications, for me, are less important. But at the end of the day you have to afford it as well, you must afford it. I want him to stay, I want him to extend his contract. But as well you have to be able to afford to pay him.on football breaking the rules of economics…There is a part that is not rational, that is called success. How much are you ready to pay for success? But on the other hand, you face a reality as well. At the end of the month, you have to face the fact that you have to pay your players and everybody at the club.on not strengthening title rivals…Look, every club has a different policy and you have to respect that. You analyse the age and the money you get, and I don’t say I never do it because I did it as well with Robin van Persie at the time when he was at the end of his contract and Man Utd paid good money. It’s not ideal because you strengthen your opponent and you weaken your team.on whether he regrets selling Van Persie…I just say I do not say never, because every situation is different and sometimes you are in a position where you have as well to consider the financial aspect of the situation. He had a good season, Van Persie. Did he make Man Utd win that year? I don’t know, it’s difficult to assess that.on whether he is more more optimistic on Ozil signing a new deal than Alexis…I am optimistic on both. Both players are happy at the club. So that, for me, after you have to meet their needs. Their needs are their desire for success and their needs are as well financial. I think if we can meet their needs on the pitch, there is more chance to extend their contracts.on whether player power exists when clubs own the contracts…Every club is different on that. I believe that the player power is there, but the clubs have as well resources to make their contracts respected. I think sometimes the media go a bit more in favour of the players maybe. So that makes sometimes the situation a bit more uncomfortable for the clubs. But overall, I think the powers are quite well balanced. You have a contract, the player has to respect the contract. You cannot really say it is player power.on whether he is 100 per cent sure the Ox, Alexis and Ozil will stay…One hundred per cent never exists, because never in our job never exists. But today, yes. And I think all the three will stay. I will fight for them to stay.

Arsene Wenger was asked about Alexis, Mesut Ozil, holding stars to their contracts and whether player power truly exists when he faced the media on Wednesday.

This is what he had to say:

on whether it’s his decision on Alexis…
It’s my decision, but after the board has to of course agree with me. And if they don’t agree we have to consider it as well, and I will accept it. But the board is behind me on that.

on the clubs having to make a financial sacrifice in this situation…
It is a financial sacrifice. It is a sacrifice that you have to calculate how much it costs. If you let the player go and you buy somebody you spend maybe more than you lose. And as well if you extend the contracts it costs you maybe more than you lose when you keep the player. So you have to consider the length of the contract as well that the players want. So all that is in consideration, the financial sacrifice is not as heavy as it looks.

on whether it’s an impossible equation to calculate…
You cannot. Anyway, you can have an estimation of what it costs if you lose the player, what it costs if you extend the player, and all that. What it costs if you buy a new player. You can do that, approximately. After that, the ratio between what the player will cost, what he brings back, this has gone. How can you quantify today what Neymar costs? Will he bring €300million back? It’s impossible to say. There is a part that is rational, and the other part is completely irrational: it is passion, ego, pride, you can call that how you want. How much is that worth financially? Maybe that’s down to every club.

on focusing on football rather than finances…
Of course. I am a football manager, I want Alexis to stay, and that’s it. After that, all the financial implications, for me, are less important. But at the end of the day you have to afford it as well, you must afford it. I want him to stay, I want him to extend his contract. But as well you have to be able to afford to pay him.

on football breaking the rules of economics…
There is a part that is not rational, that is called success. How much are you ready to pay for success? But on the other hand, you face a reality as well. At the end of the month, you have to face the fact that you have to pay your players and everybody at the club.

on not strengthening title rivals…
Look, every club has a different policy and you have to respect that. You analyse the age and the money you get, and I don’t say I never do it because I did it as well with Robin van Persie at the time when he was at the end of his contract and Man Utd paid good money. It’s not ideal because you strengthen your opponent and you weaken your team.

on whether he regrets selling Van Persie…
I just say I do not say never, because every situation is different and sometimes you are in a position where you have as well to consider the financial aspect of the situation. He had a good season, Van Persie. Did he make Man Utd win that year? I don’t know, it’s difficult to assess that.

on whether he is more more optimistic on Ozil signing a new deal than Alexis…
I am optimistic on both. Both players are happy at the club. So that, for me, after you have to meet their needs. Their needs are their desire for success and their needs are as well financial. I think if we can meet their needs on the pitch, there is more chance to extend their contracts.

on whether player power exists when clubs own the contracts…
Every club is different on that. I believe that the player power is there, but the clubs have as well resources to make their contracts respected. I think sometimes the media go a bit more in favour of the players maybe. So that makes sometimes the situation a bit more uncomfortable for the clubs. But overall, I think the powers are quite well balanced. You have a contract, the player has to respect the contract. You cannot really say it is player power.

on whether he is 100 per cent sure the Ox, Alexis and Ozil will stay…
One hundred per cent never exists, because never in our job never exists. But today, yes. And I think all the three will stay. I will fight for them to stay.
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Tuesday, 18 July 2017

ARSENE WENGER TALK TOUGH ON SANCHEZ AND VOW NOT TO SELL HIM... Read Full Statement Of Him Here.


Sanchez Is Going No Where And He Can Get Us Back To Champions League.


Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will not sell his Chilean forward man Alexis Sanchez this summer - and added that if the Chilean is so fond of the Champions League he should give his all to ensure the Gunners qualify to the Champions League next season.

Public remarks from Sanchez about his desire to be involved in Europe's top club competition have fuelled the theory he is trying to bolt for the Emirates Stadium exit before the transfer market closes.
Wenger, however, will not be swayed from his decision to make him honour the final year of his current contract even if he continues to reject a proposed new deal, thought to be worth more than £300,000 a week.  

Arsene Wenger said "We have played for 20 years in the Champions League, 
'That's 17 years before Sanchez arrived and three years with him. So he can get us back in there.
'When you play in the Champions League, everyone says: Is that all you do? Suddenly when you don't play in there it becomes a major problem.
'At the end of the season, only one team can win the Champions League.
'We have to focus on the competitions we play in and prepare seriously for that. We can't feel sorry for what we do not play."

Arsenal will compete in the Europa League in the campaign ahead but the manager admits the top target is to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2004.

'The main focus for us is to concentrate on the Premier League,' said Wenger.
'The Premier League for me today is more important than the Champions League. We rested sometimes players in the group stages of the Champions League for the Premier League, so that's become the biggest importance for us.

'After that, if you look in the Premier League in the last two years, and the last two champions, Chelsea and Leicester did not play in Europe at all.  
'We have to focus on the Premier League and prepare well.'"


Wenger with his team are on tour in China – they face Bayern Munich in a friendly on Wednesday - and has not made contact with Sanchez since his contentious remarks, made on a Chilean radio station.
Sanchez, not on the tour because of his extended international duty in the Confederations Cup.



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Saturday, 3 June 2017

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JUVENTUS VS REAL MADRID CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2017 CARDIF FINAL


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Saturday, 27 May 2017

WATCH LIVE STREAMING ARSENAL vs CHELSEA FA CUP FINAL


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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ARSENAL vs CHELSEA AHEAD OF WEMBLEY SHOWDOWN


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This season's FA Cup final is an all-London affair as Arsenal face Chelsea at Wembley.

The Gunners are looking to win their third FA Cup in four years while victory for The Blues will see them complete the double - having already won the Premier League title campaign.

Pundit Sport brings to you breakdown stat of both clubs and how they got to reach this level if the oldest competition in football history.

ARSENAL

IN PREMIER LEAGUE 2016-17 SEASON;

TOP SCORERS
Alexis Sanchez....24-Goals
Olivier Giroud....12-Goals
Theo Walcott .... 10-Goals

PASS MASTERS
Granit Xhaka .... 2,298
Mesut Ozil ......2,110
Nacho Monreal.... 1,753

MOST ASSIST
Alexis Sanchez ....10
Mesut Ozil ..... 9
Oxlade Chamberlain.... 7


HOW THEY GOT TO THE FA CUP FINAL

*Defeated PRESTON (a) 2-1 in Third Round
*Defeated SOUTHAMPTON (a) 5-0 in Fourth Round
*Defeated SUTTON UNITED (a) 2-0 in Fifth Round
*Defeated LINCILN CITY (h) 5-0 in Quater-Final
*Defeated MANCHESTER CITY (Wembley) 2-1 _aet in Semi-Final

*Theo Walcott is Arsenal's Top Scorer (5-Goals) in FA Cup before Today's Final game.

** This will be a record 20th appearance for Arsenal in the FA Cup final, one more than Manchester United.
Already Won TWELVE FA CUP Trophies in Nineteen finals, joint record with Manchester United.

A victory for Arsene Wenger today would see him become the most successful manager in the FA Cup's 146-year history with seven triumphs.......having won it SIX times with Arsenal in 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014 and 2015.
Joint winning record with GEARGE RAMSAY at Aston Villa.



CHELSEA


IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE 2016-17 SEASON.

TOP SCORERS
Diego Costa ....20-Goals
Eden Hazard ....16-Goals
Pedro     ..... 9-Goals

PASS MASTERS
Cesar Azpilicueta ....2,459
N'Golo Kante .... 2,122
Nemanja Matic ...... 1,865

MOST ASSIST;
Cesc Fabregas .....12
Pedro ........9
Diego Costa ......7


HOW THEY GOT TO THE FA CUP FINAL;

*Defeated PETERBOROUGH (h) 4-1 in Third round
*Defeated BRENTFORD (h) 4-0 in Fourth round
*Defeated WOLVES (a) 2-0 in Fifth round
*Defeated MANCHESTER UNITED (h) 1-0 in Quater-final
*Defeated TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (Wembley) 4-2 in Semi-final

**Pedro Rodriguez is Chelsea's Top Scorer (4-Goals) in FA Cup before today's Final game.

**Chelsea can move level with Tottenham on EIGHT FA  Cup wins. Spurs won their eight Cup in 1991, Chelsea had won it just once.

CLUBS HEAD-TO-HEAD


FA CUP HEAD-TO-HEAD

Played - 19 times

Arsenal Wins - 8 times

Draw ---6

Chelsea wins - 5 times

Today's final will be the 20th FA Cup clash between Arsenal and Chelsea,  only Everton and Liverpool (23) have met more often in this competition than the London rivals.


OVERALL HEAD-TO-HEAD

Played 189 times

Arsenal wins 73 times

Draws 54 times

Chelsea wins 62 times



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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

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Ajax vs Manchester United UEFA EUROPA League Final


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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE UEFA EUROPA CUP 2017 FINAL


MANCHESTER UNITED vs AJAX EUROPA CUP FINAL


Manchester United will take on Ajax in the Europa League Final after both sides emerged from their respective semi-finals qualification victory over Celta Vigo and Olympique Lyon.

The final match will give England side Manchester United a rare chance to add a new trophy to their cabinet and maybe more importantly, a qualify for the Champions League in the process.

The Europa League final will be played on Wednesday 24th May 2017 and will kick off at 7:45pm.

The Game will be played at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. The stadium is home to both Seden's national team and the Swedish club AIK Stockholm - it has a 50,000 capacity.

There are 37,000 tickets available to fans of both clubs and the general public out of 48,000 in total. The two finalists receive around 10,000 each and the general public are entitled to purchase 17,000. The remainder will most likely to be given to sponsors.


HOW DO ERUOPA LEAGUE WINNERS QUALIFY FOR THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE?

The winner will claim an additional spot from their country - for example if Manchester United win they take the place as the fifth English side.  

Uefa rules state: 'The UEFA Europa League winners enter in the UEFA Champions League (at a minimum level of the play-offs).
'The UEFA Europa League winners enter in the group stage if the UEFA Champions League winners qualify directly for the UEFA Champions League group stage via their domestic league programme.


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