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Sparky Puzzled By Wenger's Ungracious Comment

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Following the 3-0 Arsenal thrashing on Saturday, Manchester City boss Mark Hughes was slightly puzzled as to why Arsene Wenger said City did not deserve to win by three.

'City were flattered by that score' - Wenger

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Arsene Wenger

'We were good value' - Hughes

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Mark Hughes

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Date:Monday November 24 2008

Time: 10:50AM

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He really has no grace at all does he?
The Fear
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24/11/2008 10:54:00

I would have said - sore looser!
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24/11/2008 10:57:00

@rsehole Whinger strikes again. I just went over the highlights again and as Alan Hansen said in the Torygraph, it could have been 6-0. You will never see Wenger come out and say "we have been well beaten." At least he faces the press post game when he loses, unlike Taggart who sends out his assistant.
Johnny Baguette
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24/11/2008 11:10:00

Just what you would expect from whingeing Wenger.
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24/11/2008 11:33:00

I never like to make a total judgement on a game I haven't watched fully based on highlights, but Wenger is talking out of his derry-air here. I think Arsenal's problems are mounting and the first step to dealing with any problem is admitting it - in this case, admit they were well beaten and move on.
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24/11/2008 12:11:00

So we wont see Red Nose for a couple of weeks then spouting out his usual post match garbage.
Buzz Lightyear
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24/11/2008 12:12:00

I wouldn't take it too seriously, Wenger will know we were deservedly beaten. Hughes should have more experience and knowledge than tot ake it so personally, Wenger prizes loyalty above all else and he will never criticise his players in public. What people have to be smart enough to realise is that what a manager says to the press and what he actually thinks are often mutually exclusive. It wasn't the slagging off of City Hughes has made it out to be, he is just trying to protect his players from the criticism.
Little Dutch
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24/11/2008 12:59:00

Why is he surprised he's always like that,only surprising thing is you didn't win by more,well done again,wonderful to watch,you had so many options going forward
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24/11/2008 14:20:00

Becouse he was not wearing glasses in the game .
city 81
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24/11/2008 14:41:00

flattered, his lot were battered!
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24/11/2008 19:59:00

'City were flattered by that score' - let's hope Taggart is saying that on Sunday as well!
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24/11/2008 20:31:00

flattered ??????.......they were lucky it wasnt by a much bigger could very easily have been double that.....!!!!
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25/11/2008 11:37:00


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