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12 October 2017, 07:32 | Henrietta Morgan
Harry Redknapp and Arsene Wenger both have managed Paul Merson
A revered attacking midfielder in his day, accumulating 99 goals for Arsenal and 21 caps for England, the 49-year-old produces some rather questionable comments and analysis in the media with Sky Sports.
'Tactically, he's one of the best I've worked with.
The comments seem even more outrageous when you consider that Redknapp has recently been sacked from his role at Birmingham, while the Arsenal boss has shown year on year that he can achieve with our underspending club year on year.
Arsenal would be Premier League champions if Arsene Wenger had the tactical nous of former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, according to Paul Merson. People who have managed altogether zero games, they teach everybody how you should behave.
"I tried to text Paul this morning, but he was busy at work".
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Wenger is no stranger to some left field statements of his own and although he took this response down a rather personal route, you can't blame him for throwing water on Merson's freaky comments.
Meanwhile, Welsh League Division Three team Caerau have received worldwide clearance to play Merson, who is attempting to make an unlikely comeback to football at the age of 49.
And despite huge criticism of Wenger over the last to seasons, he signed a new two-year deal approved by Ivan Gazidis and the club's owners.
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