Listen to Arsene Wenger, and you might believe that he has always been the way he is now. The Arsenal manager often talks of principles and how they shape his philosophy as a football coach. It provides him with something to fall back on when things do not go as well as he and all at the club might have hoped. However, that safety net may have been pulled away from underneath Wenger.
Is Arsene Wenger being a hypocrite?
Arsenal's French head coach Arsene Wenger enters the pitch prior to the friendly football match between Arsenal and Manchester City at the Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg on August 7, 2016. (AFP)
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