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Pay per Head Sportsbook: Szczesny believes that Wenger is ‘God’ of Arsenal
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 7 February 2013 11:43
Wojciech Szczesny, Arsenal goalkeeper, believes that Arsene Wenger is ‘God’ at Arsenal, and many True Live Betting fans using a pay per head sportsbook were very amused when they learned about this.
Price per head sportsbooks can see that Arsenal are going into their home match against Manchester City 18 points behind leaders Manchester United with a game in hand after they suffered their worst start to a Premier League campaign since the French manager joined the club in 1996.
The 24-year-old, a big favourite with True Live Betting fans using a pay per head sportsbook, also hailed the manager and his influence on the club, and insists that he will work hard to put an end to the Gunners’ seven-year trophy drought.
“In the club (Wenger’s) God,” Szczesny told a leading men’s magazine. “Nobody can rebel against him. The God is only one.
“It’s not that easy to cross your boss in England. Those who try it usually don’t get first-team opportunities.
“Even not shaking hands after the game has its consequences. You can get away with murder in Poland but not so much in England.”
True Live Betting fans using a pay per head sportsbook saw that Szczesny had a tough season, with a loss of form and injuries leading to a stuttering start for him.
However, despite this season’s early troubles, the player said that he relished the responsibility of being Wenger’s first-choice goalkeeper, and will do his best to bring the good times back to the Gunners, and True Live Betting fans using a pay per head sportsbook certainly hope so.
“Mr Wenger invited the goalkeepers for a meeting and told us who was number one, number two and number three,” Szczesny said.
“Since then I’ve felt much more responsible for the team and I’ve had much more respect from my team-mates.”
And even though the player is ambitious, he said that he would turn down a big offer from the club’s rivals Tottenham so he could build a long and successful career with the Gunners, and bookies everywhere hope that he does just that.
“I couldn’t play there – never ever. I can’t imagine any circumstances which could force me to play there. There are some things you can’t do in your life,” Szczesny said.
“I hope in 14 years we’ll speak about my two decades at Arsenal.
“I know we haven’t won any trophies recently but I can’t change clubs because of that. I just must work even harder to help us win trophies.”