Arsenal fans want Wenger to sign Southampton star Victor Wanyama

Football analysis on Sky Sports with Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher the former Man United and Liverpool defenders singled out Victor Wanyama as an important player for Southampton in the Saints clash with Manchester United.

Victor had his time in the limelight with Sky Sports putting together a highlights reel demonstrating Wanyama’s strength, vision and eye for a goal not forgetting that goal against Hull City.

After that Arsenal fans started calling and giving their opinions about Wanyama as some tweeted about it, leaving no doubt that the Southampton star is a world class player and as believed by the fans would bring a much needed change to Emirates.

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Arsene Wenger concedes EPL title

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may have resigned to the fact that  the English Premier League title may go to  Chelsea after his side let slip a one-goal lead in Sunday’s 2-1 loss away to Swansea.

The defeat leaves  the Gunners 12 points behind Chelsea who are at the top of the after 11 games. There might be more than two-thirds of the season left and the small matter of 81 points to play for, but Wenger believes Arsenal’s London rivals are unstoppable.

“Chelsea are on course for 100 points this season,” said Wenger, who won the last of his three EPL title as Gunners boss in 2003-04.

“If you look at the number of points they have today, if they keep that up, nobody will catch them.There doesn’t look to be anybody capable to challenge them at the moment.”

Source : www.stuff.co.nz

Wenger reveals he left on transfer deadline day to meet the Pope

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed he opted to spend transfer deadline day in Rome as he had a long-standing appointment to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican.

Wenger was criticized for taking part in a charity football match in the Italian capital on a day when so much transfer activity takes place for top Premier League clubs, but he still managed to sign Danny Welbeck from Manchester United despite his day trip to Italy.

“Meeting the Pope was an experience I did not want to miss,” Wenger told reporters, of a match that was supported by Pope Francis. “I am a Catholic, so it was an experience, and one I accepted a long time ago.

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