[Picture]: Wenger Share Smiles In Training Session Today.

Just like sheep without a shepherd, the Arsenal squad who were not involved in the World Cup competition have been training without their manager, leaving the competent assistant-Steve Bould to stand in. and of course, know what it feels like to be the head manager.

Arsene Wenger who was in Brazil as a football commentator for french TV station-TF1, where he shared his opinions- commending those who got it right and also lashing out at those whose actions were faulty, monitored his players featuring for their respective countries as-
well-as watched his transfer targets and assessed them first-hand.

The Frenchman who was captured gallivanting in Brazil, from playing beach soccer to posing shirtless in pictures and even having selfies with some bikini-clad babes.which left the arsenal fans furious at him some weeks back, with the fans complaining of lack of transfer activity at the club due to his absence.

Of course they have long been pacified with the signing of Alexis Sanchez and are now proclaiming their undying love for him. How fickle could we fans be?

However our beloved manager resumed duties today at London Colney HQ and over-saw a training session while taking a look at trialist – Ahmed Fathi who is undergoing his second stint as a trialist at the club having had a similar trial session with the Gunners way back in 2004.

And with the picture above of our dear boss, he looks rejuvenated and i’m sure he would have celebrated the German’s World Cup triumph like the FA Cup trophy. because he knows that having 3 World Cup winners in his team would bring more belief, hunger, determination and the much needed winning mentality to the dressing room.
with the 64-year-old arrival (just like a new signing), Arsenal fans can be rest assured that transfer dealings would enter top gear in earnest.

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