Arsene Wenger & Mark Hughes

Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player. Leslie Mark Hughes, OBE (born 1 November 1963), is a former Welsh international footballer and the current manager of Queens Park Rangers having joined on 10 January 2012. As an international footballer, he made 72 appearances and scored 16 goals. 5.0/5

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Mark Hughes is unbeaten in 8 home PL games v Arsene Wenger's Arsenal, with Blackburn (1), Man City (2), Fulham (1), QP…
Stoke City have entered the race to sign Ipswich Town left back Tyrone Mings, according to the Mirror. Two Premier League giants Arsenal and Chelsea having been looking into signing of Mings, with £10 million moves being quoted for those two. £4 million is the figure Mark Hughes is willing to pay. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has admitted his interest in Mings, who has replaced Aaron Cresswell as left back at Ipswich, after he signed for West Ham United. [ 259 more words. ]
A round-up of football stories and transfer gossip from today's morning newspapers. Daily Mirror Arsenal are trying to beat Real Madrid to the signature of Brazilian wonderkid Lucas Silva, 21, from Cruzeiro in January. Spanish reports claim Arsene Wenger has had a £11.9million bid accepted by the Brazilian Serie A club for the midfielder dubbed as the new Kaka. The Gunners are also set to bid for Ipswich defender Tyrone Mings, 21 in January. Stoke boss Mark Hughes has joined the race to sign Arsenal forward Joel Campbell. Sam Allardyce has claimed it will take a bid of £20million for West Ham to sell Winston Reid in January. Ronald Koeman has told Arsenal and Tottenham that Southampton will not let Morgan Schneiderlin go in January. Fernando Torres, 30, currently on a two-year loan at Milan from Chelsea, is to offered for free around the Premier League clubs in January by the Rossoneri - only four years after costing the Blues a British record £50m. THE SUN Everton and Newcastle are locked in a three-h ...
y Miguel Delaney Stoke 3 Arsenal 2 On a frantic afternoon at the Britannia when there was so much to criticise about Arsenal, one stark fact stood above all others. It was not that they conceded after 18 seconds, or were 3-0 down by half-time because of the most basic errors. It was that, when Mark Hughes took one look at their team-sheet, he knew his Stoke City side had a big opportunity. That’s what Arsenal looked like: a roll-over. It was exactly what they were. “Yes,” Hughes bluntly answered when asked if he fancied his chances after seeing Arsenal’s back five. “We expected (Laurent) Koscielny to play to be perfectly honest, so that was no surprise for us. “When you’ve had changes in the back four, as we’ve had to deal with in recent weeks too, it can upset you and the balance of your team. It takes a while for guys to get used to play with each other.” The bigger issue for Arsenal is that they never seem to get used to such problems at any point. Or, at the least, Arsene Wenger show ...
SOME PLAYERS WHO BECAME SUCCESSFUL AFTER A POSITION CHANGE 1. Vincent Kompany He was a defensive midfielder back with Anderlecht and Man City in 2008 under Mark Hughes. In 2010, he changed to a centre- back and rated among the best in the world now. 2. Robin Van Persie From being a maverick left winger with Feyenoord to becoming one of the deadliest forwards in the game. Arsene Wenger put him in the front attack. 3. Gareth Bale He started as a left-back at Southampton and changed to a left winger. 4. Bastian Schweinsteiger Louis Van Gaal converted him from the right- wing to a defensive midfielder in 2009. 5. Thiery Henry From a winger with Monaco, in 2000, Wenger converted him into a front man. 6. Paul Scholes Started as a striker with United, in 1997, he shifted to the midfield due to injury of Roy Keane. ADD Yours if you know any...
Latest Paper Talk •Arsene Wenger twice rejected the chance to sign Mario Balotelli before the Italian striker's £16 million move to Liverpool was in place. •Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal will make a double swoop on his former Netherlands stars Nigel de Jong and Daley Blind before the end of the transfer window. •Chris Smalling is in talks over a lucrative new deal with Manchester United that could pay him more than £18m. •Tottenham remain interested in PSV winger Memphis Depay despite him signing a new deal with the Dutch club. •Reading have slapped an £8m price tag on keeper Alex McCarthy, who is wanted by QPR. •Manuel Pellegrini is in no rush to follow his star players and sign a new deal at Manchester City. •Ajax are set to step up their efforts to sign Manchester City striker John Guidetti. •Mark Hughes last night insisted Stoke City's transfer kitty is bulging - despite spending next to nothing this summer. •Tottenham misfit Sandro has a four-year deal on the table from N ...
THE SUN Wayne Rooney is a huge doubt for Manchester United's crunch Euro return at Bayern Munich. Premier League clubs have reacted furiously to Sunderland escaping a points deduction for fielding an ineligible player. Jose Mourinho insists Fernando Torres has a future at Chelsea - but he is not holding his breath. Roy Hodgson has vowed England will go on the attack at this summer's World Cup in Brazil. Arsene Wenger fears his players are hampering their recovery from injury - by popping pills behind the club's back. Fabrice Muamba has agreed an out-of-court settlement with Bolton after a bitter nine-month dispute. Dutch ace Patrick van Aanholt plans on quitting Chelsea this summer. Mark Hughes hopes he has convinced Ivica Olic to join Stoke. Carlos Edwards will be shown the door by Ipswich this summer. Daily Star Arsene Wenger has amazingly revealed that he believed some of his Arsenal players were taking drugs. Sam Allardyce has called the recent criticism of West Ham's style of play as "rubbish" and "s ...
Stoke defeat is a major blow - Wenger 02 March By Brendan McLoughlin STOKE-ON-TRENT, United Kingdom – Arsene Wenger conceded Arsenal's stuttering Premier League title bid had suffered a “major setback” after they lost ground at the top with a shock 1-0 defeat at Stoke. Jon Walters' second-half penalty handed Stoke a famous win at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday and left the Gunners four points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea in third place. The north Londoners have now won just once in their last eight trips to Stoke and Wenger admitted it was the worst possible start to what he had branded a season-defining month. “It is not slightly worrying, it is a big worry for us to lose a game like that. It's a massive setback,” Wenger said. “In a game like that, we didn't produce the performance we wanted. To win a title when you are expected to perform you have to perform. It's as simple as that.” Although it was Mark Hughes, as opposed to predecessor Tony Pulis in the Potters' home dugout, ...
1 0. Mark Hughes: " we were good value for the win today.". Arsene Wenger described Arsenal performance as "wor…
THE SUN Mesut Ozil has been axed by Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger after the midfielder missed a penalty against Bayern Munich in midweek. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes Oscar's form has suffered because of the winter weather. DAILY MAIL Manchester City are planning a summer swoop for Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel. DAIL MIRROR Diego Maradona is coming out of retirement to play in the lower leagues in Argentina at the age of 53. Daily Star Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reckons keeping Cardiff in the Premier League will be a bigger personal achievement than winning the Champions League with Manchester United. Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is preparing for a hostile reception for his team when he returns to former club Manchester City, after their midweek loss to Barcelona. DAILY EXPRESS Wayne Rooney's new deal at Manchester United is worth £42,875 per-day. Aston Villa will reward Ron Vlaar with a new contract if the defender helps the team maintain their Premier League status this season.
THE SUN Manchester United's value has plummeted by a quarter of a billion pounds in just one month. United boss David Moyes has joined the battle for Atletico Madrid teenager Saul Niguez Chelsea have prepared a £20m bid to lure Nemanja Matic back to Stamford Bridge. Daily Mirror Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to move for Nottingham Forest's young centre-half Jamaal Lascelles. Sam Allardyce has been assured he will be West Ham manager for the rest of the season. Everton boss Roberto Martinez will have to pay £7m immediately to sign top target Michy Batshuayi from Standard Liege. Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is keen to sign Norwich's Anthony Pilkington. Lewis Holtby is wanted back in Germany - less than a year after joining Tottenham. DAILY MAIL Stoke manager Mark Hughes is poised to sign John Guidetti from Manchester City. Norwich are closing on a £3m deal for Newcastle midfielder Jonas Gutierrez. Galatasaray are hoping to complete an ambitious double swoop for Manchester United centre-back Nema ...
Latest Football News & Transfer Gossips :- - Manchester United boss David Moyes is ready to loan Nick Powell to Premier League rivals Hull - after his stunning success when farmed out to Championship side Wigan. - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled out a swoop for Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye in January. - Hull boss Steve Bruce remains interested in West Brom striker Shane Long - but could be frustrated in his bid for midfielder Rami Rabia of Egypt's Al Ahly. - Stoke boss Mark Hughes wants to bring ex-Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne back to the Premier League - in a loan deal from Hamburg. - Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hinted at a desire to play for Celtic before the end of his career. - Ray Wilkins is ready to join Fulham in a shock development. The former Chelsea assistant - who briefly managed the Cottagers in the 1990s - is set for talks over becoming Rene Meulensteen's No.2. - Nicolas Anelka faces becoming the first high-profile player banned under new anti-racism ...
(Rumours) & INTERNATIONAL LATEST UPDATES • Manchester City may buy a defender in January if captain Vincent Kompany, 27, continues to struggle with injury. • Cardiff forward Craig Bellamy, 34, has revealed Manchester United made a bid for him when he was at Manchester City in 2010. • Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the imminent returns to fitness of forwards Theo Walcott, 24, and Lukas Podolski, 28, means he will not need to buy a striker in January. • Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini, 31, remains determined to make a move back to his native Argentina. • Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 21, hopes a good performance in Saturday's derby with Everton will boost his chances of being named in Brazil's 2014 World Cup squad. • West Brom manager Steve Clarke, 50, wants to extend his stay at the club beyond the end of the season when his current deal expires. • Stoke manager Mark Hughes, 50, believes the British Government has cost his club £10m after they denied forward Juan Agudel ...
Arsenal are closing in on a £22million January deal for Real Madrid star Karim Benzema. Jack Wilshere has been put on a special fitness programme to sort out his injury problems. Manchester United are watching a Fulham wonderkid they believe could be the new Didier Drogba - Moussa Dembele. Stoke boss Mark Hughes will make a cut-price move for Manchester City's Joleon Lescott in January. Newcastle are closely monitoring Ola Toivonen's contract talks with PSV. Liverpool have lined up England new boy Jay Rodriguez as a replacement for Luis Suarez. Crystal Palace have pulled off a coup by landing Iain Moody as their new Sporting Director. David Beckham is set to be knighted. Roy Hodgson has told Joe Hart his England place is under threat if he remains frozen out at Manchester City. Malky Mackay praised Crystal Palace for appointing his ally Iain Moody - and refused to deny he could join him at Selhurst Park. Alvaro Negredo is expecting a Spanish Armada to set sail in the Premier League in the next few years ...
Latest Football News & Transfer Gossips :- - Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal’s calculated £40,000,001 summer bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was provocative. - Juan Mata says he NEVER thought about leaving Chelsea when he was dropped by new manager Jose Mourinho this summer and told he had to change his game. - Roberto Martinez is ­confident Everton will not follow Tottenham’s example and cash in on star player Leighton Baines in the next transfer window. - Jake Livermore is ready to turn his Hull loan into a £3million permanent switch. - Jack Colback wants to sign a new contract at Sunderland following Gus Poyet's arrival as manager. - Stoke manager Mark Hughes is about to face Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo - the player he quit Fulham over when the Londoners refused to pay £13m for him. - Fulham have dumped injury-hit misfit Mahamadou Diarra for a second time. - Liverpool are preparing a move for FC Porto playmaker Juan Iturbe, currently on loan with Verona. Iturbe has already been du ...
Saturday Paper Review THE SUN UEFA want to put 'racism spotters' in grounds to identify abusive fans. Manuel Pellegrini has told Jose Mourinho: 'You won't get to me.' David Moyes has hammered rumours of a rift with Robin Van Persie. Arsene Wenger is not convinced he has seen the last of Alex Ferguson. Sepp Blatter wants to reduce England's chances of future World Cup glory. Jose Mourinho has been branded a hypocrite by furious Cardiff chief Malky Mackay. Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says he sold Mesut Ozil to Arsenal because Angel Di Maria has more character. Daily Mirror Patrice Evra fears football will never win the war on racism. Struggling Sunderland have recruited the Pope in a desperate bid to escape relegation. Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti says the world is about to see the best of Gareth Bale. Jose Mourinho says Manchester City should face the same "bought the title" jibes he suffered in his first spell at Chelsea. Mark Hughes reckons Manchester United's dodgy home form has nothing to do w ...
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Manchester City trio of Vincent Kompany, Martin Demichelis and Jack Rodwell are set to miss City's Champions League trip to Russia to face CSKA Moscow. Borussia Dortmund head coach Jürgen Klopp believes Arsenal are favourites to win their UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday in London. Arsene Wenger has confirmed Mathieu Flamini will miss the Champions League clash with Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. Flamini suffered a concussion in Saturday's 4-1 Premier League win over Norwich. Marseille are yet to register a point in the UEFA Champions League but head coach Elie Baup still believes they can qualify for the last 16. Fabricio Coloccini is out of this weekend's Tyne-Wear derby. Alan Pardew has wasted no time in ruling out the Argentine defender and will instead look to Steven Taylor to fill the void left by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa following his red card against Liverpool. Mark Hughes will make another bid to sign former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf in the January transfer window West Hammanager ...
Written by Mike Pejic It would be great to think Arsene Wenger, that arch critic of Stoke City in recent years, might have one or two compliments to pay us after tomorrow's game. He certainly won't be seeing the rugby team he once unfairly referred to.The times they are a changing at Stoke City and I saw that for myself last week. Not just during the game against Manchester City, which was impressive enough, but after the game too. You often see substitutes and squad players being put through their paces in shuttle runs and the like down on the pitch 10 minutes after the final whistle.But what I saw last week was something new for me. For a good 45 minutes, the fringe players were involved in an intense short-sided game which looked challenging, enjoyable and rewarding. The aim of the game was to not only keep the ball at the right times, but also look for a penetrative pass when the chance came.To me, the signal was obvious to those players – and the starting 11. It is that Mark Hughes has subs ready, ...
411 HEADIES: • Sunderland are "very disappointed" with FA chairman Greg *** after he criticised the amount of foreign players signed by the club. • Southampton's Victor Wanyama says being away with Kenya's national side has helped him to overcome a 'tough' start to Premier League life. • Alan Pardew felt Hatem Ben Arfa was "unplayable" during his goalscoring display in Newcastle United's 2-1 win at Aston Villa on Saturday. • Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini was pleased with a point after a tough 0-0 draw with Stoke. • Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has expressed disappointment at the way his side defended in their 2-1 loss to Newcastle United. • Jordan Rhodes' late intervention saw Blackburn Rovers secure a 1-1 draw away to fierce Lancashire rivals Burnley on Saturday. • Arsene Wenger praised Aaron Ramsey for his dramatic improvement over the past year, as his brace helped Arsenal to a 3-1 win at Sunderland. • Mark Hughes praised his Stoke City side for their battling display a ...
Bits And Pieces - - Real have launched a last-ditch charm offensive to try to *** from under Manchester nose. - and Swansea are competing for France ace Bafetimbi Gomis. - and are both interested in signing Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole. - Stoke are considering a £6million move for left-back Danny Rose. - Stoke boss Mark Hughes is ready to offer Stephen Ireland an escape route from Aston Villa. - Pepe will be banished to the Liverpool bench if he stays at Anfield due to the imminent arrival of Simon - Aston Villa face the prospect of making a £13million loss on Darren Bent and paying him for two more years if other clubs can't match his £65,000-per-week contract. - are set to move for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones. - will step up efforts to keep Arsene Wenger at the Emirates to ward off interest from Paris St Germain. - have opened talks with QPR goalkeeoer Julio Cesar. - Steve McClaren is willing to surrender his career in club management for a shot at the England Under-21 job. - Mike Ashley w .. ...
I so hope this isn't true Stoke are believed to be in the hunt for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, who claims to have as many as five clubs chasing him. The Danish striker is surplus to requirement at the Emirates Stadium and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is more than happy to move him on for a fee in the region of £3million. A host of clubs in Germany are reported to be keen but he also has the option to stay in the Premier League, with both Stoke and Crystal Palace said to be interested in him. Potters boss Mark Hughes will have to move players out first if he is to make a move for Bendtner and there is a good chance either Kenwyne Jones or Cameron Jerome will be on the move this summer. Palace could offer Bendtner the chance to stay in London and the striker says he will make a decision on his future within the next two weeks.
-Arsenal have cleared the way for Arsene Wenger to sign Wayne Rooney. -Fernandinho sacrificed £4million to make sure his dream move to Manchester City went through. -Simon Mignolet is set to reject a new deal at Sunderland - putting Arsenal and Liverpool on red alert. -Mark Hughes wants Celtic's Gary Hooper to be his first signing at Stoke. -Crystal Palace look set to sign £2million Celtic target Amido Balde from Vitoria. -Millwall will name Steve Lomas as their new boss next week. -Cardiff are keen to sign former Everton defender Joseph Yobo. -Everton boss Roberto Martinez will offer Leighton Baines a new deal - to try to keep him out of Manchester United's clutches. -Norwich have made an inquiry about Liverpool youngster Jonjo Shelvey. -Reading have signed Wayne Bridge on a free transfer
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Liverpool are considering a shock move for Carlos Tevez of Manchester City if Luis Suarez forces through a move away from Anfield. - Arsenal have given Arsene Wenger the green light to make a mega-money move for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. - Brazil striker Hulk has confirmed Chelsea are trying to sign him from Zenit St Petersburg. - New Stoke boss Mark Hughes is targeting a reunion with QPR's Junior Hoilett, who played under him there and at Blackburn, as he sets about ditching the club's traditional long-ball style. - New Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho was so keen on his move from Shakhtar Donetsk that he waived his right to £4milllion in bonuses to force the deal through. - In-demand Gareth Bale has dealt a fresh blow to Real Madrid's hopes of prising him away from Tottenham by gushingly praising his Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas. - Darren Fletcher is on the brink of a sensational return for Manchester United after further surgery on a chron ...
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Wayne Rooney is an Arsenal target with Arsene Wenger ready to smash wage structure. - Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke given reality check following interest from Tottenham, Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund. - Christian Atsu is wanted by Liverpool but prefers Tottenham move if he is to leave FC Porto. - Manchester City's Sergio Aguero insists he is staying and not leaving for Real Madrid. - Joao Moutinho is poised to snub Spurs and join Monaco instead. - Mark Hughes is interested in succeeding Tony Pulis at Stoke City. - Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois is worried return could cost him World Cup place having been on loan at Atletico Madrid. - Everton are planning to make an official approach for Wigan boss Roberto Martinez. - Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is a summer target for Real Madrid, with rivals Atletico also interested. - Fenerbache and Besiktas are interested in a swoop for Arsenal duo Nicklas Bendtner and Gervinho. - West Ham are targeting a move for Liverpool ...
Bets i have made this season All separate bets of course. Bayern Munich to win the Treble Manchester United to win the PL Chelsea to win the League cup Bayern treble , Dundee United Scottish cup winners and Leicester City play off winners Manchester City to win the F.A. Cup Juventus to Win Serie A Manuel Pelegrini to be city boss Brendan Rodgers , Alan Pardew , Roberto Mancini , Martin Jol , Mark Hughes and Martin O Neil to be fired Arsene Wenger to resign :)
Last 5 managers to draw 0-0 at Old Trafford in the Premier League - Arsene Wenger, Steve Coppell, Steve McClaren, Kevin Ball and Mark Hughes
Newcastle will collect just £5m if star striker Demba Ba leaves the club during January's transfer window. He has a clause allowing him to quit if the Magpies are offered £7.5m - with £2.5m of this going to the player himself. Meanwhile, Arsenal are keen to sign the Senegalese player although Arsene Wenger is said to be concerned about his £80k-a-week demands - as Ba has a history of knee problems - (THE SUN) Former referee Graham Poll says officials are 'scared to discipline' Alex Ferguson - especially in Manchester - because it could result in them not taking charge again at Old Trafford for 'an extended period of time' - (DAILY MAIL) Mark Hughes has been linked with a return to managerless Blackburn Rovers who sacked Henning Berg on Thursday - (Daily Star) Paris St Germain are reportedly keen on signing Everton's Leighton Baines for £15m - (THE SUN) Cristiano Ronaldo remains on course to quit Real Madrid next summer with both Manchester giants - along with French club PSG - the favourites to secur ...
Oh dear, someone on the BBC Sport website said Mark Hughes should replace Arsene Wenger
Arsenal has replaced Arséne wénger with former Manchester United Midfielder and Manchester City and Queen park rangers coach Mark Hughes
Am enjoying the recent drama going on in EPL (English Premier League) sacking of incompetent or failed coaches depend on what you decide to call it, Roberto Di Matteo was sack as Chelsea Manager and Mark Hughes was also sack as Queens Park Rangers Manager. Guess who is next? I guess it’s the turn of Roberto Mancini of Manchester City FC, kudos to Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United and Arsene Wenger of Arsenal FC for keeping their job for several years till date.
** November indeed is the month of sacking in football. Chelsea sacked R.Di Matteo,QPR sacked Mark Hughes,Brazil just sacked Mano Menez. Guez who might be sacked next? I guess Arsene Wenger will be the next victim so he'll come n take over Man utd when Sir Alex retires. Hmmm!
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QPR have sacked Mark Hughes,Chelsea axed Di Mateo,soon Man City wl show the door to Mancini then b4 u know it my beloved liverpool wl banish Brendon Rogers frm the footballing world bt there are 2 untouchables,Fergurson n Arsene Wenger.
Sequel to my previous post on the winner of the long standing race for the winner of the managers to be sacked in the EPL and we had Di Matteo as the winner and i told you few days ago that we're expecting our runners up at the finish line. While the winner came in on wednesday,our man in 2nd place QPR manager(Mark Hughes) comes in today friday with no trophy to show for it. I guess the Gods in form of the owners who run the clubs are throwing tantrums at the moment disposing their bad earthling toys(managers) with so much intolerance.the saga continues as we look forward to who'll be next. Toys like Arsene Wenger can only be proud of their owners(the boy Andy the good toy owner in Toy story who cares so much about his toys as much as imprinting his name underneath their feet) in as much as they fetch their owner (Andy) money for rent from oda boys who cant afford cute playtoys
Season of Sack of managers, EXCL: QPR SACK MARK HUGHES, guess who will be the next in line, hmmm Roberto Mancini, but Arsene Wenger never.
QPR manager not less a person than Mark Hughes has been sack n Harry Rednapp is poised to take over. When will Arsene Wenger be sacked??
Some of Arsene Wenger's quotes - [On Emmanuel Adebayor's stamp on Robin Van Persie] "I watched it when I got home and it looked very bad. You ask 100 people, 99 will say it's very bad and the hundredth will be Mark Hughes." "There are two categories of club, one travels with petrol & one that travels with sweat. We travel with sweat!" 'I'm like somebody who flies a plane for 30 yrs & I have to accept someone can come into the cockpit & think he can fly it better.' Wenger when asked why he gets animated during games "i cannot as well sit there and be placid like I am on dope!" On the ever changing uefa rules "I will send my vibes and hope they will not be detected by Uefa" Arsène Wenger when asked about keeping Henry: "I always tell you the truth. I do not always tell you the complete truth." Arsene Wenger : "If the manager is not the most important person at the club, then why is he the first one to be sacked everytime things go wrong? ) Reporter: Arsene can i ask you, if you've opened talks with Alex So ...
If you were a board executive and are assigned to select a Manager for the team, who would it be? 1. Roberto Mancini 2. Roberto Di Matteo 3. Brendan Rodgers 4. Rafael Benitez 5. Arsene Wenger 6. Sir Alex Ferguson 7. Andres Villas-Boas 8. Mark Hughes 9. Jose Mourinho 10. Pep Guardiola
Football: Premier League kicks off! Arsenal host Sunderland as a new mouth-watering Premier League season kicks off today. With the nation still catching its breath after the Olympics, it's time for football to regain control of the backpages with champions Manchester City welcoming newboys Southampton on Sunday. Arsene Wenger is confident his new-look Gunners will cope despite offloading his striker Robin Van Persie to rivals Manchester United. After losing out to City with the final kick of last season, Sir Alex Ferguson wants to wrestle the trophy back from his noisy neighbours and is adamant United's four-pronged attack will deliver. While Van Persie and Co. have the weekend off ahead of Monday's opener at Everton, there are six other top-flight matches today. Michael Laudrup's Swansea welcome Mark Hughes' QPR, Championship winners Reading host Stoke and Brendan Rodgers begins his Liverpool rein with a visit at West Brom. Chris Hughton takes his new Norwich side to Fulham, Hammers boss Sam Allardyce ...
Morning Headlines & Transfers - Manchester City target Edinson Cavani has been warned by Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis that he will be left to "rot on the bench" if the he makes exorbitant wage demands to remain at the San Paolo. - Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says that he expected Wayne Rooney to struggle to make an impact for England at Euro 2012. - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his side can still compete for the Premier League title despite not being able to match the financial power of their rivals. - Thorgan Hazard looks set to join his older brother Eden Hazard at Chelsea, after Lens sporting director Antoine Sibierski admits the club are resigned to losing the player. - Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher feels that there is a lot he can learn from the club's new manager Brendan Rodgers. - Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz has paid tribute to former boss Mark Hughes and refused to rule out linking up with the Welshman at QPR. - Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku in ...
Arsenal and QPR have left it to Arsene Wenger and Mark Hughes to decide whether to reprimand Marouane Chamakh or Adel Taarabt for being pictured with shisha pipes.
4) Seconds out! Arsene Wenger and Mark Hughes renew their wonderfully niggly rivalry today:
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