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Happy Birthday Arsene Wenger!

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Kana-Ka-Nsungu, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. Kana-Ka-Nsungu

    Kana-Ka-Nsungu JF-Expert Member

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    Arsene leo anatimiza miaka 60 toka kuzaliwa kwake. Angekuwa kwenye club nyingine yoyote kubwa angekuwa kashapigwa chini katika kipindi hiki cha miaka minne ambayo hajashinda kombe lolote.

    Naamini factors kubwa ambazo zimemlinda hadi hivi sasa na kumfanya aendelee kukalia kiti chake ni mchango wake mkubwa katika kuongeza mapato ya club, hela inayoingia ni nyingi kuliko ile inayotoka, amefanikiwa sana kwenye hili kutokana na style yake ya kutumia wachezaji toka kwenye academy au kununua wachezaji wasiokuwa na majina kwa bai ya chini na kuwaendeleza hadi kuwa world class .

    Mchango wa Wenger kwenye ubunifu na ujenzi wa uwanja wa Emirates ni mkubwa sana, pengine kuliko wa mtu mwingine yeyote. Hapa ndo utagundua kwamba AW is more than just a football manager ndo maana wazee wa board wanashindwa kutumia kigezo cha vikombe alivyoshinda tu katika ajira yake. Na si hao tu, hata Madrid walikuwa wanamtaka japokuwa hajashinda chochote tangu 2005!

    Style ya uchezaji wa timu imekuwa ni ya kuvutia tangu AW achukue mikoba ya Arsenal, timu hata pale inapofungwa bado inakuwa imecheza vizuri. Lakini nahisi hata yeye anajua kuwa he has to win something this season, miaka mitano bila kombe lolote kwa club kama Arsenal ni kashfa, washabiki watamgeuka na sitashangaa wachezaji kama Fabregas wakiamua kuondoka ili wakapate fursa ya kushinda vikombe kwingine. Ili pia aingie kwenye vitabu vya historia kama mmoja wa makocha mahiri waliowahi kutoke, ni lazima ashinde Champions League. You are 60 now Mr Wenger but the pressure is on......HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
  2. Ng'wanza Madaso

    Ng'wanza Madaso JF-Expert Member

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    Happybirth mkulu Wenger kila la heri this season.
  3. Nduka

    Nduka JF-Expert Member

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    Nikajua yule JF member Arsene Wenger nikaenda dukani kununua kadi na mazawadi, sasa sijui itakuwaje. Ila naamini Manone ataniwakilisha kwenye kumpongeza coach wetu.
  4. Ng'wanza Madaso

    Ng'wanza Madaso JF-Expert Member

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    Arsenal Special: Can Birthday Boy Arsene Wenger Give A Gift Beyond The Present?

    How can anyone succeed the man who uses science to perfect his art?

    22-Oct-2009 2:44:15 PM

    Happy birthday, Arsene Wenger.
    On this, his 60th birthday, he planned to leave the Champagne on ice. Nothing to celebrate, no parties. Just another quiet, diligent day of total immersion in football affairs, a club Annual General Meeting, plenty of football talk, study, intensity and reflection in the life of the sport's most Buddha-like, private and enigmatic man.
    And maybe an evening at home in Totteridge watching television - football again, of course, but this time from the new Europa League.
    He will not speak of bus passes or retirement. He rarely speaks of anything else but football. He is a man dedicated to his one undying occupational love affair.
    For him, football is not only a job. It is the food of his life and it gives him romance, the source of his flights of fancy, his dreams and his ambitions.
    He has been manager of Arsenal for 13 years and more - a record - but little is known about him in any real depth. He has managed to keep private his private life.
    Although we think we know him well, from what everyone can see in the stadium, at the training ground and in front of the media, we hardly know him at all.
    We know he is always late - up to an hour or more sometimes - for many of his appointments and keeps people waiting. We know his football beliefs.
    We know his delight in the purity of perfect geometric passing moves, attacks that crackle with the electric fusion he learned of and studied for his degree at Strasbourg University, where he also gained a master's in economics.
    We know of his passion and his temper when he is enflamed by football matters, bad results, poor performances, disagreeable decisions by referees and violent tackles.
    We know of his dry humour when he is in a playful mood, toying with news conferences and group interviews.
    We know he follows world affairs and watches the news, applies his intelligence to understand the money markets, patterns of footballer migration across continents and that he studies the sciences of physical well-being that underpin his teams' athleticism, pace, strength and durability.
    We know his first Arsenal players thought he was a geography teacher who had taken a wrong turn to end up at Highbury - and ended up teaching them stretching exercises and giving them diets that extended their careers while he prepared his spending plans for the French revolution that was to transform Arsenal from a football club as English as suet pudding into a cosmopolitan collection of men who delivered Afro-European football with a suave style that has bewitched London's chattering classes. What would Wenger have done with Charlie George?
    A man for all seasons | But who will follow Arsene?​
    He has said he will carry on working for as long as he can, certainly beyond 2011 when his current contract expires. He is sure to be asked about this at the AGM where the atmosphere is likely to be very different to that last May, when a few disgruntled shareholders dared to ask questions loaded with personal prejudice and some with spite.
    This week, he said: "From now on, I have to assess (myself) every two years because, the way I work, it's hands-on - it's not to delegate a lot - so it is hard work. As you get older, everybody will tell you there is a massive contrast between how you look and how you feel.
    "I would want to work as long as I lived but adapted to my potential. It doesn't always need to be physical work. Sometimes, it can be more intellectual... you cannot be 75 on the pitch."
    Age, he has said, is a state of mind: "People at 40 can be young physically, but old mentally and, in this job, it helps that you never have any certainty. You always question and you always have to question yourself. I believe that's the basis of staying young in your head."
    These are the words of a scientist, a thinker. He comes from Strasbourg and he is an Alsatian, one of those Europeans whose origins and history blend Teutonic strength with French flair, and sometimes a touch of Swiss solitude.
    Think of the charm, humour and singularity of Roger Federer, from nearby Basel, and there is a kindred spirit.
    Both are capable of tantrums, now mostly controlled - though Wenger does still have his Basil Fawlty moments in extreme anxiety on the touchline, and both are devoted to fulfilling their talents in a way that satisfies their craving for perfection: in style as well as substance.
    Wenger may have studied as a scientist, but he has used science to serve his art. And though that combination may have made him Arsenal's most successful and greatest manager, it has yet to propel him beyond football.
    He remains enigmatic, a reclusive student of his football, a brilliant coach and exceptional manager, but not a man whose wit or wisdom has expanded beyond sport.
    And what will Arsenal do when he is gone? He has built a club around him in his style and, to some extent, his image.
    Surely, it would be impossible to find an Englishman to follow him. Is there a Wenger protégé, perhaps Thierry Henry, as he has suggested, who has the attributes to carry on the project?
    On his 60th birthday, it is the big question: who follows Arsene? And it would be his best present to himself if he found the answer...

    Tim Collings, Goal.com UK
  5. PakaJimmy

    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    He...huyu wenger ndo nani?
    Mi binasfu nampongeza BURN kwa kupata Avatar mpya!
  6. Ng'wanza Madaso

    Ng'wanza Madaso JF-Expert Member

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    Tunahitaji japo carling cup mwaka huu,mkono mtupu haulambwi
  7. M

    Mwambashi Member

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    Mzee tunataka kikombe chochote kikubwa msimu huu.
  8. Oxlade-Chamberlain

    Oxlade-Chamberlain JF-Expert Member

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    ha ha ha mkuu bday yangu ilipita tayari na wala sitaki kuikumbuka kwani ilikuwa siku hile tuliofungwa na man city na keki niliitupa.
    leo tunasheherekea ya mwenyewe "the proffesor of modern football",huyu mtu hata umpe wale watoto wa timu ya vijana baada miaka miwili hutaamini macho yako.jamaa anakipaji cha kufundisha mpira na unaona identity ya style yake haipotei.
    live long Arsene Wenger.
  9. Balantanda

    Balantanda JF-Expert Member

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    Mkuu unapendeza sana na Avatar hii...Safi sana
  10. Shadow

    Shadow JF-Expert Member

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    Happy birthday professor wenger
  11. Belo

    Belo JF-Expert Member

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    Happy birthday mr bean
  12. Sipo

    Sipo JF-Expert Member

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    Naupenda sana mwezi wa OCTOBER kwani ni mwezi waliozaliwa watu mashuhuri na maarufu duniani kwenye kila nyanja. Kwa mfano angalia watu hawa
    1. Sipo
    2. J. Chissano
    3. C. Hillary
    4. A. Wenger
    na wengine wengi
    Happy birthday wote mliozaliwa mwezi huu