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Watch: Arsene Wenger says Man City look more “mature” than Chelsea

Chelsea will face Manchester City in the Champions League final, and after the game on BeinSport Arsene Wenger broke down how he thought the game would go. He pointed to the similar strengths of both teams in some areas, but called City “more mature” in the only part of his comments where he differentiated between the two and hinted at who he thought might win in the final. Get off the fence Arsene!
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Arsene Wenger, The Maverick Manager Who Changed The English Game Forever and Television Review: Netflix's "The English Game"

Arsene Wenger, The Maverick Manager Who Changed The English Game Forever and Television Review: Netflix's «The English Game». Television Review: Netflix's «The English Game» and Arsene Wenger, The Maverick Manager Who Changed The English Game Forever. Lena Dodley's newly released «Peanut, Butter, and Jelly kids: Unleashed» is a sweet story...
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Arsene Wenger: 'Training the brain' is football's next frontier

FORMER Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes footballers have almost reached the peak of their physical capabilities and that improving decision-making will be the next frontier for the sport. The 71-year-old, who is now Head of Global Football Development for Fifa, told the Telegraph: “We have gone from the football player...
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Arsene Wenger 'not surprised' the Super League is falling apart

Liverpool FC joined 11 other 'Founding Clubs' in forming a breakaway league titled the European Super League just two days ago. The fallout since then, has been unprecedented. The owners of the clubs who have joined have received pushback from supporters, players, managers and pundits alike. Even Arsene Wenger, who is widely respected in the footballing community, had his say.
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Arsene Wenger ‘not surprised’ by collapse of Super League

Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has said he is “not surprised” to see The Super League falling apart.Chelsea and Manchester City are set to withdraw from the planned breakaway tournament, in which fellow Premier League clubs Liverpool, Man United, Tottenham and Wenger’s old club Arsenal are due to take part.La Liga giants Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are also set to be involved, as are Serie A’s Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan, but the competition is in tatters, with news of Chelsea and City’s expected withdrawals surfacing on Tuesday evening – just two days after plans for...
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'You're never a real coach until you get fired': Patrick Vieira reveals the words of 'comfort' given to him by his former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger after his sacking by Nice... as 'two English clubs' reportedly target him as manager

Patrick Vieira has revealed he has been seeking wisdom from his former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as he looks to return to management following his sacking from Nice. Vieira has spoken out for the first time since being sacked by Nice last December following a run of five consecutive defeats and a shock Europa League exit - with his reign at the club lasting two years after taking up the job in June 2018.
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EdApp to Host Free Virtual Summit “Rewrite the Playbook,” April 29 with Magic Johnson, Netflix’s Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord, and Iconic Soccer Manager Arsène Wenger

KANSAS CITY, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 12, 2021-- Digital training platform, EdApp, today announced its upcoming free virtual summit Rewrite the Playbook, to be presented on April 29, headlined by NBA superstar Magic Johnson, Netflix’s Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord, and iconic football/soccer manager Arsène Wenger. This completely free virtual conference is part of EdApp’s continued focus to democratise learning.
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Semi-automated offside: Why Arsene Wenger thinks it can fix VAR

The video assistant referee (VAR) and the technology used in deciding offside calls around the world have come under plenty of criticism in recent years, but could that all be about to change?. Offside decisions may soon be "semi-automated" by using Artificial Intelligence to map players and make instant decisions....