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Arsene Wenger Agrees New Arsenal Contract, Set To Sign On At Emirates Until 2017

By Chris Wright

Shhh everybody, we think Sky Sports News might be trying to tell us something…


That’s right! After weeks of wrangling, Arsene Wenger has finally agreed a new three-year contract at Arsenal – not that he’s actually officially signed it yet, though the club are expected to formally announce the news tomorrow.

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(Image via @FootballCliches)

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By Chris on May 30th, 2014 in Arsenal, Managers, Newsnow. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

6 Responses to “Arsene Wenger Agrees New Arsenal Contract, Set To Sign On At Emirates Until 2017”

  1. other dave says:

    Winning the FA Cup is the worst thing that could have happened to Arsenal. 4th place until 2017!

  2. Michael says:

    Yeah, winning 11-th FA Cup is the worst thing for Arsenal… Gimme a break!

  3. Tom the bees fan says:

    terible im sure they feel wounded

  4. Jarren says:

    So sick of mindless fools slating Wenger.

    He’s guided Arsenal to the Champions League for what seems like a lifetime, consistently brings new talent to the fore, brings in quality players and plays a style of football that is always a pleasure to watch.

    Yes, there is the squad depth issue. Injuries seem to plague Arsenal like no other top tier team, and when those injuries hit hard they can be battered.

    If Arsene can buy some solid reinforcements in the summer, I see no reason to count them as genuine title contenders for next season.

    Respect from a United supporter.

  5. Jarren says:

    Yeah, obviously I meant to say “no reason to NOT count them as genuine title contenders”.

  6. Jimbo says:

    Respect indeed from a united supporter who knows what it’s like to be in the top four and to stay there is no mean feat it takes consistency.

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