Arsene Wenger & Yossi Benayoun
Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player. Yosef Shai Yossi Benayoun (born 5 May 1980) is an Israeli international footballer who plays for Arsenal on loan from Chelsea./5
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Most embarrassing signing under Arsene Wenger tenure for me is Yossi Benayoun. Disgrace.
Jokes apart, Monsieur Arsene Wenger is just a terrible bad loser, always grumbling and complaining. This same Wenger benefited from the services of Yossi Benayoun when we loaned him to Arsenal but today Wenger is complaining of loan rules because he's about to face the unstoppable Romelu Lukaku. Arsenal fans and board should be embarrassed at the antics of Monsieur Wenger. Cry, cry baby.
Arsène Wenger has not ruled out signing midfielder Yossi Benayoun on a permanent deal
Daily Transfer Updates: Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric, who has failed to perform in the La Liga (Sunday Mirror) Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is preparing an £8m bid for Wigan midfielder James McCarthy. (Daily Mirror) Queen’s Park Rangers, as well as Newcastle, look to sign the Marseille forward Loïc Rémy. (The Independent) QPR make an £8m move for Manchester City centre-back Joleon Lescott. (The Sun) City line up £45m Cavani as patience wears with Balotelli. (The Mirror) Spurs to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfred Zaha, for £10million. (Daily Mail) QPR boss Harry Redknapp hoping to sign six new players, including including midfielder Tim Cahill and strikers Robbie Keane and Nicolas Anelka. (Metro) Liverpool are refusing to budge on their £4m bid for their former winger Tom Ince. (Daily Mail) Chelsea reject Yossi Benayoun is in talks with Southampton. (The Sun) Paris Saint-Germain want Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo th ...
Today's newspaper talk Arsene Wenger will use money generated from January sales to bring Barcelona's David Villa to Arsenal - Daily Mirror And the Spain striker will plead with Barca to make the £16m deal happen - Daily Mail Manchester City are ready to cut their losses and sell Mario Balotelli despite Roberto Mancini's claims to the contrary - Daily Mail The City manager has final come round to his colleagues' opinion that Balotelli will not change - THE TIMES Paris St Germain want Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo AND manager Jose Mourinho - Daily Mirror QPR have made an £8m bid for Manchester City's Joleon Lescott but face competition from Everton - THE SUN Fulham are the latest Premier League side to show an interest in Birmingham's young England goalkeeper Jack Butland - Daily Mirror Southampton want Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun as cover for captain Adam Lallana - THE SUN West Ham have rekindled their interest in Martin Olsson, whose Blackburn team-mate Gael Givet is wanted by Evian - D ...
Arsenal announce pre-tax profit of €46m for 2011-12 Arsenal have announced a pre-tax profit of €46 million on turnover of €306m for 2011-12. The club also confirm player trading profit of€33m following the sale of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri to Barcelona and Manchester City respectively. After a summer that saw the arrival of Mikel Arteta, Per Mertesacker, Yossi Benayoun, Gervinho, Park Chu-Young, Andre Santos and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the north Londoners have also seen their wage bill jump from €157m to €181m, leaving only City, Chelsea and Manchester United ahead ofthem. Arsene Wenger spoke about the club’s financial position – something he has kept a keen interest in during his time at the club. He told reporters: “We want to spend our money in the right way. We are not scared tospend the money. “With some clubs we can’t compete on certain players – and for the rest, we only want to bring in players who add somethingto our squad and give a chance as well to the young player ...
Arsenal secured an automatic Champions League spot with victory over West Brom after being helped by a nightmare display from Baggies' stand-in goalkeeper Marton Fulop. Fulop, who replaced the injured Ben Foster, was at fault for all three Gunners goals from Yossi Benayoun, Andre Santos and Laurent Koscielny as Arsene Wenger's side edged out Tottenham for third spot. Albion had netted through Shane Long and Graham Dorrans after Benayoun's opener, but Fulop's horror show meant it was a losing end to new England head coach Roy Hodgson's reign. Wenger will take immense satisfaction from his side's achievement after some supporters had called for him to be sacked earlier in the campaign. It will also give him a stronger hand to play in attempting to keep hold of leading scorer and skipper Robin Van Persie. Albion will now look to find a successor for Hodgson and attempt to build on a second successive mid-table finish. Arsenal were the first to settle and a mistake by Fulop gifted Benayoun the opening goal af ...
Gunners seal Champions League spot Arsenal secured third place in the Barclays Premier League with a 3-2 victory at West Brom, whose manager Roy Hodgson said farewell in his final match before taking the England reins. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has Albion's second-choice goalkeeper Marton Fulop to thank for automatic Champions League football as he produced two woeful gaffes that led to Yossi Benayoun's fourth-minute opener and Laurent Koscielny's second-half winner. In between the Baggies had impressed with their attacking play - Shane Long and Graham Dorrans on target before Andre Santos levelled for Arsenal on the half-hour. Now come on Chelski in the Champions League Final... That would keep Spurs out of Europe.
Buzz: Arsenal's Yossi Benayoun sings Robin Van Persie's praises but Arsene Wenger's team still need an alt
Report Arsenal missed a chance to capitalise on Newcastle's slip-up in the race for third place in the Premier League as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Stoke at the Britannia Stadium. The Magpies' thrashing by Wigan opened the door for the Gunners to move six points clear and all but clinch a Champions League spot. But they went behind after nine minutes when Peter Crouch rose above the defence to head in and, although Robin Van Persie equalised six minutes later, they could not find a winner. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger made two changes from the team that drew with Chelsea last week, Gervinho and Yossi Benayoun replacing the injured Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, while former Gunner Jermaine Pennant returned to the Stoke side. The two clubs have history, most notably their clash at the Britannia Stadium two years when Ryan Shawcross was sent off for a challenge that broke Aaron Ramsey's leg. The atmosphere was spicy from the start, and Dean Whitehead was booked in only the third minute after c ...
Arsene Wenger is confident Yossi Benayoun is now ready to demonstrate his true ability for Arsenal in the closing games of the season.
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