So Arsene Wenger claims
to be surprised at criticism aimed at him by Sam Allardyce and Tony Pulis?
Pull the other one. The
Arsenal boss has long been an outspoken opponent of the style exemplified by
Allardyce's Blackburn and Stoke's Pulis, and
has pledged to continue voicing his opposition to what he perceives as bully-boy
Those managers have
quite naturally defended their teams against Wenger's holier-than-thou attacks.
But of course, that's not how he sees it.
"They shouldn't (take it personally) because I do not
criticise them," Wenger said. "Most of the time it was down to the