Whilst some managers are playing pundit, Arsene Wenger has returned to the culinary school he last visited in 2006.
The Arsenal manager of almost 20 years was spotted leaving the Marriot Hotel Culinary School by the back exit, possibly to keep his ongoing commitment to the culinary arts a secret.
However now that the secret is out, Wenger has been forced to address the issue face on.
‘I really don’t see what the problem is. It’s a top, top quality school and I’ve shown the mental resolve needed to maintain this same
top 4 level for so long’, Wenger told our reporter.
With his team still trailing Tottenham, many Arsenal fans have been caught between wanting Leicester to slip up – so that the Gunners can catch up, and wanting Leicester to continue winning – so that Tottenham can’t win the league.
By contrast, Wenger seemed much less concerned about his noisy neighbours.
‘I’m not at all worried that Tottenham will win, they just don’t know how to deal with the unexpected. If they were to suddenly and mysteriously lose ten first team players to a violent illness, would they really cope?’
Wenger was not the only manager with plans of Easter self-improvement.
Across north London, and ahead of a self-described ‘collegial visit’ to Leicester, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino also had a busy international break, attending a conference in Athens titled ‘Historical Methods of Subterfuge: The Trojan Horse and You’.
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