Thursday, February 23, 2012

Manchester United, Wenger Transfer Funds 100 Million Pounds?

LONDON - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could have provided abundant funds of 100 million pounds to buy players next season.
The report revealed by The Telegraph, Thursday (23/02/2012) who found out the main shareholder Stan Kroenke The Gunners will rebuild the team from north London.
After two seasons which is quite disappointing, especially the departure of the stars of the Emirates Stadium, the owner began stifling and Wenger seems to be given a large budget at least in the range between 50 million pounds to 100 million pounds.
Had no doubts as to whether Kroenke will bestow a large fund, given as a businessman from the United States, he also was involved in negotiations to buy U.S. baseball club, the LA Dodgers.
However, the Gunners supporters group who called themselves The Arsenal Supporters Trust (AST), has recently demanded that the club's failure to act as Robin van Persie and his friends at almost every competition. One of them, of course demands that the club would provide substantial funding to transfer the last few seasons is felt less lost.
Meanwhile, Arsenal itself currently sits fourth in the Premier League standings, they are eliminated from the FA Cup and Carling Cup. Opportunities for the Gunners in the Champions League was starting to remember their lost weight from AC Milan 4-0 in first leg round of 16.
If Wenger really great to receive funding next season, it is quite possible we'll return to see the Gunners are fighting for the title Premier League and Champions League.


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