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Arsène WENGER: "I'd like to train Red Devils"

26.09.2019 16.10 by Claudio Colla  read 686
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An icon for Arsenal and Premier League football, almost 70-year old Frenchman Arsène Wenger, interviewed by BeIN Sports, came off with a somewhat surprising statement: "Leading Manchester United would be a dream for any trainer around. At least the brave ones, who work with confidence. Red Devils need four more players, to say the least, but they are overall ready to compete on every front. Matter is, the team hasn't developed a real game plan, so far. As I was saying, I'd like it very much. I am brave, confident, and have many ideas on football".

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