Wenger should cite Stadium name, not mocked
London – Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew, defended his colleague of Arsenal, Arsene Wenger. According to Pardew, Wenger should be used as the name of the stadium, not even so fair game fans.
In recent times, a handful of Wenger urges Arsenal fans to resign from the post of manager. When the Gunners meet West Bromwich Albion recently, there are some fans who unfurled a banner urging retreat for Wenger. It was repeated in the game against Galatasaray.
Wenger also mocked group of supporters at the train station after Arsenal defeated Stoke City 2-3 at home against last weekend.
Wenger get an unpleasant treatment as above because Arsenal are fosterage teetering on the Premier League. ‘Gunner’ now ranks sixth in the standings, left behind 13 points from Chelsea.
Pardew knows exactly how you feel Wenger today. He has also been pressured by fans to step down as Newcastle started the season badly, before the Magpies rise.
According to Pardew, fans should appreciate Wenger, who has rendered great services for 18 years memanajeri Arsenal. Thanks to his services, continued Pardew, Wenger very worthy immortalized as the name of the stadium.
“The stadium is named after Arsene should,” Pardew said in The Guardian.
“The work he did when they moved from Highbury (to the Emirates Stadium), when he had all the debt and must be very careful enough in the use of funds transfer, was incredible. His success defend them (Arsenal) in the Champions League is a miracle, “said Pardew.
On Saturday (12/13/2014) future, Pardew will lead his team to challenge Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League. Newcastle is currently in seventh position and only on goal difference from Arsenal.
“The incident at the train station really disrespectful. I think 90 percent of Arsenal fans will be embarrassed because of it,” said Pardew.
“The fans will show how much they love him on Saturday. After Sir Alex Ferguson, he is the best manager in the history of the Premier League. What do Jose Mourinho is not enough (to become the best manager),” he said.