“Wenger Is An Institution, He Is The Best Coach In The World”

By on October 5, 2011

Former Arsenal ace Giovanni van Bronkhorst is bemused with the criticism surrounding Arsene Wenger.

Van Bronkhorst was quick to defend his former boss and claims he is the best coach in the world but the Dutchman fears a change of culture at Arsenal could force Wenger out of the club.  He explained to NUSport:

“Wenger is an institution. Look what he has achieved. And done his way. His philosophy has been an example to millions. But when outside pressure increases …

“I say he is the best coach in the world. If he is fired, you can say money has beaten vision.”

Wenger has been heavily criticised this season, following their poor start to the campaign combined with the sales of star players Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri back in the summer but the Arsenal board remains fully behind their man.

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6 Comments

  1. Arsen

    October 5, 2011 at 11:06 pm

    Well done van Bronkhorst! You are exceptional compared to these days’ footballers who brings money before anything and say it is their child hood dream every time when joining a new team for bigger money.
    Arsen’s problem is his achievements over shadows English managers.

  2. heiera

    October 6, 2011 at 6:53 am

    Best coach won nothing in 7 years, lost his best players – cesc and nasri, and cannot fix the defense at all, have mediocre players which no top clubs want…etc. Best?

  3. John Tring

    October 6, 2011 at 7:43 am

    It’s almost funny that so much media hype is generated by Arsenal and Arsene. It’s only a mid-size club in decline for 6 or 7 years and has won nothing. Any other big club would have sacked the manager lng ago. Modern football is big business and measured by success, not by distant memory like Arsenal. Aresene is so lucky to be at a club seemingly paralysed by an incompetent and indecisive board. They will pay the ultimate price for clinging on to nothing but fading memory of past glory. Arsene the best coach? These guys are plain morons.

  4. Terence winfield

    October 6, 2011 at 7:46 am

    Tanks van, no doubt wengers one of d best, nd to arsenal fans who do not know wat is hapenin, the board are arsenals problem until deres a change of power @ arsenal the team wil neva go forward, wenger pls shun hazard nd buy eriksen, i watchd dani parejo nd i just culdnt cos d lads got potential, nd gary cahill, also its high time u start playin ox regularly tanks, arsenal 4 life

  5. dan

    October 6, 2011 at 11:46 am

    so, who is the best (or better) coach? you have a budget of $900m and proceed to buy available top players (proven pedigree and all that – not that you scouted them or anything)and win the league or, you have a budget of $100m, scout for talent (often young), train them and finish 4th while having a good run in CL, FA, Carling. hhhmmmmm. can i think about it for 1 week? thanks. i will send a typed analysis with pie charts in a week.

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