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Arsène Wenger - To Become Nasser Al-Khelaïfi's Number Two at PSG?


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Rumours flying around in France that Arsène Wenger could be about to be named the number two at Paris Saint-Germain behind only the owner, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.  At the moment this and very little else in the form of details has been released, but what's for sure is that THIS is definitely in tune with what Wenger was and is... Why it was so so important that Arsenal got rid of what ended up becoming a cancer.

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5 minutes ago, AMG said:

Misleading title.

 

I thought he was going to become deputy-manager or whatever.

It seems so although what I wrote explains it all and one should read what's written and not fall into a headline trap.

I'll change it.

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Just now, Stan said:

I was extremely confused at the original thread title @SirBalon

Like I said, I get it mate and obviously my title came from the knowledge of the news.  Even the title I've changed it to now could be confusing if someone isn't upto scratch on contemporary football related characters in the shape of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.

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5 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

Like I said, I get it mate and obviously my title came from the knowledge of the news.  Even the title I've changed it to now could be confusing if someone isn't upto scratch on contemporary football related characters in the shape of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.

Will Wenger be his advisor?  not sure how they will work with Wenger, i thought he was against teams like PSG who are successful because of money, he was always along the FFP rules.

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4 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

Like I said, I get it mate and obviously my title came from the knowledge of the news.  Even the title I've changed it to now could be confusing if someone isn't upto scratch on contemporary football related characters in the shape of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.

it's all very confusing right now. I can't get my head around it. 

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2 minutes ago, Panna King said:

Will Wenger be his advisor?  not sure how they will work with Wenger, i thought he was against teams like PSG who are successful because of money, he was always along the FFP rules.

He will be the one I charge of either signing the yes to any decision made by the technical team which includes their Director for Football, Henrique Antero (who now has power taken off his hands) and also overseeing the strategies involved in the path PSG should take for the future.  In other words, he's got his Arsenal job back only this time at PSG.

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3 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

He will be the one I charge of either signing the yes to any decision made by the technical team which includes their Director for Football, Henrique Antero (who now has power taken off his hands) and also overseeing the strategies involved in the path PSG should take for the future.  In other words, he's got his Arsenal job back only this time at PSG.

Patrick Kluivert had the role previous at PSG of director of football before leaving to coach Cameroon. 

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9 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

Change it then mate, you're good at coming up with related headline titles.  I can't think of anything better mate...

I need to take a few minutes just to clear my head. This has messed my day right up. 

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24 minutes ago, Harry said:

Arsenio.

Just to think what he could've done in a similar role at arsenal if the owners would have only backed him. 

He could've started off with winning something (anything) in Europe when he was a coach.  He failed, always on that account!

Plus the coach is and will be Thomas Tuchel mate.  If PSG were to win in Europe (something unusual), then it will be down to him no matter if Wenger is raking in obscene amounts of cash in another position.

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I never understood why Wenger got the reputation as some kind of cerebral, affable philosopher of the game. Yes, when he first arrived he was a shake up for the antiquated English game but since then he's stagnated and proven to be incapable of changing with the game. He has always been a huge hypocrite too, so be no surprise to see him join PSG in some capacity.

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