28/08/2011 18:46, Report by Steve Bartram
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Boss calm after Gunners rout

the assets to be a really top player.”

Having stoutly defended Arsene Wenger in his programme notes, Sir Alex reprised his stance by conceding that he felt a degree of sympathy for adding to the Frenchman’s woes.

“Of course, because he’s a great football man,” he said. “He’s done an incredible job for Arsenal for 15 years, he’s given them a quality of football that they’ve never experienced. He’s brought some exciting players to his club and he deserves respect for that, especially from myself.”

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