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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Gary Neville: Arsenal and Chelsea Should Stop Complaining

Gary Neville of Manchester United has reacted very sharply against both Chelsea and Arsenal managers. Manchester United currently at the 2nd place in league table while Chelsea is at the top and Arsenal is occupying the third position.  Recently, Chelsea officials have been vocal about losing some of their top players next month due to 2010 African Cup of Nations. Drogba and Essien will be busy for their national teams and cannot play for Chelsea for nearly a month. At that time, Chelsea does not have any match in UEFA Champions League but will have to play in a number of crucial matches in EPL. However, according to Gary Neville, Chelsea officials should have thought about it at the start of this season as they knew about African Cup of Nations schedule.
"Chelsea will lose some big players like Drogba and Essien but I don’t expect them to struggle. They will only lose their players for three or four league games; we’ve lost seven defenders to injuries this month. Chelsea were aware when they signed those players they might be called up every few years for the African Nations Cup, so they cannot complain about it,” Neville said it for Chelsea.
On the other hand, Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger criticized very bitterly Wolves manager Mick McCarthy for putting a very team against Manchester Untied at Old Trafford a few days ago. Gary Neville stated that Mick McCarthy had a different agenda in his mind compared to Arsene Wenger and Wenger should shut his mouth up and mind his own business. 

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