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|Posté le: 28/04/2018 09:44:24 Sujet du message: Manchester United v Arsenal: Premier League preview, predict
After their disappointing midweek draw with Atletico Madrid, Arsenal must pick themselves up for Arsene Wenger’s final match at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The Gunners’ Premier League game maxbet at Manchester United this weekend will be the final instalment of a rivalry spanning two decades for the departing Arsenal manager.
Wenger will be facing one of his most bitter rivals in management too. However, United boss Jose Mourinho has spoken out in praise of his rival over the past week and will likely be part of a respectful ending to their long-standing feud.
What the mangers are saying:
Jose Mourinho: “This season better than last season. Last we won the Europa League, if we played Europa League this year we’d win it too but we played Champions League. We were not good enough to win it. Domestically last season we won the League Cup, we are in the FA Cup final. This season we finish top four I believe and I hope second. More points, victories, goals, less goals conceded, not consistently but many times better football, there was a clear evolution in the team.
“I always feel the biggest rivals are our biggest friends because they’re the ones maxbet that pushed us to the limit and I think Man United fans know that until 2004 for about a decade was between Man United and Arsenal, was between Sir Alex and Mr Wenger and I think that these great teams Arsenal had and they fight shoulder to shoulder with Man United made Man United better and better. I hope he has a good reaction, if not good not bad at all and from us club he is going to feel the respect we have.”
Arsene Wenger: "I respect him of course...you should give me a little bit of peace for my final weeks and not try to push me into another confrontation.
"I want to go peacefully, and with Mourinho now because he is a great manager. I say goodbye to everyone. In France we say au revoir which means you might see me again."
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