Monday, 5 March 2012

Wenger regret dismissal Villas-Boas

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger regrets Andre Villas-Boas removal from the post of manager of Chelsea. Villas-Boas Wenger was not given enough time to rebuild the squad for the Blues.

Villas-Boas regime at Stamford Bridge only lasted eight months. Young managers from Portugal was officially dismissed a day after his team's 0-1 team gave landless West Bromwich on Saturday (3/3). The result left Chelsea three points behind Arsenal in the hunt for fourth in the standings and in danger of not qualifying for the Champions League next season.

Wenger himself is also under the spotlight this season as Arsenal almost certain to enter the seventh year in a row having a degree fast. But the difference, The Professor had the full backing of the club's board. "I feel sorry for Andre Villas-Boas because I know him and I liked him as a manager and a man," Wenger said in a press conference ahead of the game perempafinal round second leg Champions League match against AC Milan.

"It's sad every time a manager loses his job because this is a job that requires a full commitment. I think he's done. I regret that he was not given enough time to do the job." Villas-Boas old squad tasked with overhauling Chelsea, but he did not get the respect of some senior players like Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole.

"You can not say this is an impossible job. Our work is difficult because we face a variety of opinions every day and we need the strength to push our opinion," said Wenger. "I believe the Villas-Boas have the power to do that. But when you are not given enough time, you will not have a chance," he proclaimed Sky Sports.

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