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Wenger: City Could Challenge Top Four


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Manchester City are capable of challenging the Premier Leagues top four.

'If Man City has a successful period in buying in the transfer market, they could fight with the top four,' said the Frenchman.

'If they complete all the signings they announce, like Aston Villa they'll get a bit closer.'

'Then you have teams like Tottenham, who are on the fringe always of the top four, who maybe have an opportunity as well.'


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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 9 2009

Time: 9:53AM

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What he's just saying is that you guys will replace Arsenal in the top 4. Cheers! :-)
JT_daniel
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09/06/2009 10:44:00

If hughes and khaldoon manage to get a squad of 22 top internationals, then top4 would be a realistic target with arsenal and liverpool having money issues.
enzo city
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09/06/2009 13:17:00

Wenger is just being honest here. And he's absolutely right, of course. There could be a lot of surprises next season. the Top 4 could turn into a runaway group of 6 or 7. The transfers that are coming in to City now are top drawer and with masses of Premiership experience. Top 6 is looking very achievable.
Sindbad
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09/06/2009 18:21:00

The only thing he got wrong was using the word Could instead of WILL..
Doody
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09/06/2009 21:09:00

The bit they didn't print was when he heard we were after Eto'o. What does "merde" mean?
Sindbad
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19/06/2009 14:50:00

 

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