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Wenger Wanted Tevez!

Wenger Wanted Tevez!

Arsene Wenger admitted he would have signed Carlos Tevez had United not been in the chase earlier.

The Gunners boss obviously felt he had no chance with all the massively complicated ownership that United were sorting out steadily by the time he tried to make something of his interest.

'When I saw Manchester United on the case, I thought no. If they had not been on the case, yes,' Wenger told reporters at a press conference ahead of tomorrow's clash with United.

'I would have analysed it and looked at how would it go. But it looked as if they were on the case early.'


He added that he trusted Emmanuel Adebayor and Robin van Persie. I will not say he regretted his decision - after all, he admitted he did not have much of a chance of landing the striker. But looking at the way Rooney and Tevez are getting along he must wonder whether he should have tried harder to scoop him.

Hopefully he'll regret his decision at three o'clock tomorrow!

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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday November 2 2007
Time: 6:38PM

Comments

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seriously dude, kickoff is at 12.45pm not 3pm..get your facts right.
Wenger_Knows
02/11/2007 19:08:00
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But he's not feckin french though!
merlin
02/11/2007 19:33:00
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Yes, it's at 12.45... what means it will end at around 14.45. That's why I hope that by three o'clock (or 14.45 if you like) he will regret not signing Tevez. Why would he regret it at kickoff?
Zae
02/11/2007 20:15:00
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Didnt everyone want him, even we wanted him!!!
will it ever happen
02/11/2007 22:27:00
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I cannot understand why he didn't go after him just because you had already enquired?
dazza71
05/11/2007 19:58:00
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if he wanted him that much I am sure that he would have fought for him no ??..............
ernshaw
06/11/2007 10:17:00
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