Allegri rules himself out of race to replace Wenger

  • Allegri rules himself out of race to replace Wenger

Allegri rules himself out of race to replace Wenger

The shot-stopper has spent three years under Wenger since joining the Gunners from Chelsea in 2015, winning the FA Cup last season. Our fans. Huddersfield people have shown a lot of class.

He began with a 2-0 win over Blackburn in 1996 and 1,234 games later finished with a 1-0. "I did not play in January, all month, so it was not easy".

Wenger himself arrived from Japanese club Nagoya Grampus Eight (stop me if you've heard this story before).

"I see a bright future for my successor because the team has a good attitude and quality", he said.

Asked if the new manager could build a dynasty like Wenger, Cech replied: 'It will depend how well the club and manager will do. "As I said in my speech on the pitch after the Burnley game, I'm a fan above all". "It's part of the respect".

"They had disagreements with me, which I can accept".

Frenchman Arsene Wenger has explained that his biggest transfer regret was not to have signed Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo when he was in charge of Arsenal. "I wanted to share that with them today". While he has added that he is open to managing a top European club, the Frenchman has reportedly not ruled out a director's role either, with Paris Saint-Germain reportedly interested in the manager to take over an executive position.

"It worked out well because Herbert Chapman, possibly our greatest manager, came from here. Whether that is managing or not.I am addicted and I don't think that can be cured", he said.

"When you know the history of our club, for me it has a special meaning. There was a photo just in front of the dressing room where Chapman smiled at me", noted Wenger. The 68-year-old should be remembered for what he did and how he did, and the new man must be allowed to make his own mark and judged in that context alone.

"I'm not ready for that at the moment", he said.

The club also seem keen to keep the former AC Milan boss in place, with Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta insisting there is a "willingness" for Allegri to stay put.