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'There was violence and the game was going down the drain': Former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein reveals how secret plotting and civil war rescued English football and made the Premier League a global phenomenon
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Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed the possibility of him taking charge of Real Madrid, who are currently on the look out for a new head coach.
Premier League side Everton have reportedly emerged as the front runners to appoint Arsene Wenger as their next head coach. The Toffees are currently under the tutelage of Sam Allardyce whose position is under consideration beyond the current campaign.
Man City defender Kolo Toure took a few moments to thank former boss Arsene Wenger for helping him develop his career. The Arsenal boss finds himself under increasing pressure, but Toure says that he only has praise for the Frenchman.
Former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein has backed Russian Alisher Usmanov to help bring the glory days back to the Gunners. Usmanov has been mounting a takeover bid for the club for some time, but there is now a lock down agreement in place.
The French want Arsene Wenger as their new manager after plunging into trouble with a first round exit from Euro 2008. The stars of the team has voiced their support for the Arsenal boss, and this will be a blow to Arsenal's hopes in fighting back to be at the top of the Premier League.
David Dein has declared that Arsenal need a billionaire investor if they are to keep the pace with their rivals. Dein's comments come at a time when Arsenal's season appears to have crumbled as Liverpool knocked the Gunners out of the Champions League and seemingly ended their Premiership hopes.
Sven-Goran Eriksson has admitted that there is a chance he may make a move from Anelka during the transfer window. The Bolton striker has already played for Man City before, and a second spell at the Citizens could tempt the Frenchman.
David Dein has had a meeting with Alisher Usmanov and insisted that he has a good relationship with the remainder of the Arsenal board. Usmanov is reportedly worried that Dein's relationship with Hill-Wood could effect his chances of a takeover of the club.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that at times he questioned his future at Arsenal; particularly after David Dein's departure, but explained he had never wanted to leave Arsenal, or spoke to any other club. Wenger has now expanded on reasons why Thierry Henry may have left the club.
Alisher Usmanov continues to purchase up Arsenal shares as this morning it has been revealed that the Russian has increased his stake to 23 percent. The Russian paid £6m a share for a further 2 percent holding at £10,000 each.