Arsene Wenger Rules Himself Out Of Being England Manager

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has ruled himself out of ever being the England manager, claiming that role should always go to an Englishman. Wenger is a hugely respected coach in England following his long and largely successful tenure at Arsenal, and has previously been linked with taking over from Fabio Capello, who will leave his post after the European Championships. “I always said the national team needs an English manager…

October 15, 2011

Arsenal Sign Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Arsenal have completed the £15million signing of Southampton winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Saints announced on their website that Oxlade-Chamberlain has moved to the Emirates Stadium for a club record fee, subject to Premier League and Football Association approval. The Gunners are to pay £12million up front and a further £3million in add-ons, Press Association Sport understands. The highly-rated winger is Arsene Wenger’s second signing this summer after Ivory Coast striker Gervinho,…

August 8, 2011

Wenger keen on ´new Walcott´

Arsene Wenger has admitted his interest in signing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as the starlet’s father claimed Arsenal were the ‘ideal choice’. The 17-year-old Southampton midfielder has been touted as the next Theo Walcott after a series of impressive performance with the League One side this season. Arsenal appear to be the front-runners to secure his services despite interest from Premier League rivals Manchester United and Liverpool, and Wenger said the Gunners…

January 25, 2011