Premier League: Manchester United v Arsenal Tickets

 

Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Manager Relegated to Bleachers

Premier League: Manchester United v Arsenal

Arch-rivals Man United and Arsenal will play at Old Trafford on November 3rd in a Premiership clash that offers a chance to Arsenal to get revenge after their humiliating 8-2 loss to United last season.

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Manchester United v Arsenal Tickets English Premiership 3 Nov 2012 12:45 Old Trafford Manchester

Wenger did not want to talk about getting revenge for the whooping they took from the Red Devils.

"I will not mention last season at all," he said. "Ninety per cent of the players who will play on Saturday have not played in this game."

"Do we want revenge? No," insisted Wenger. "I believe, of course, there is an emotional aspect to a result like that. "But on a footballing front, I don't think you give too much importance to a result like that.

"It is down to a team being much better than another that the scores are high, or down to special circumstances.

"On the day, I think the result was down to special circumstances, Wenger continued. "That's why the emotional meaning is big but the footballing meaning is not very big, and we have had that behind us for a long, long time now."

"If we do well in this game, we can come closer to Man United and we'll have played mainly all the big teams away from home," Wenger continued. "So for us it is a very important game.

"We know that will be vital because it looks like many teams can beat each other. It is very important for us to do well against the big teams.

"Tottenham beat them at home this season, so there is certainly an opportunity."

"It concerns me a little bit," Wenger admitted. "When you are 4-0 down in 36 minutes you can't say all is well on that front!

"I don't think it is Steve Bould's fault!

Young Jack Wilshire will feature.

"He can cope with it mentally," said Wenger. "Football is fantastic when you can play. One thing that Jack has learned in that long spell he was out, 17 months in a life of a young boy is massive.

"I just want him to enjoy playing football. He loves football, he loves to play and the most important thing is he keeps that happiness on the pitch."

Arsenal sit in sixth place on the Premiership table after drawing at Manchester City. winning at Liverpool - and being knocked out of the Capital One Cup competition at Norwich.

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