“I can’t work with a Director of Football” – Wenger

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 15th, 2014

Gazidis-WengerArsene Wenger has expressed his shock at Tony Pulis’ departure from Crystal Palace and revealed that he would not consider working with a Director of Football.

Pulis reportedly walked away from Selhurst Park on Friday, because of disagreements with owner Steve Parish over this summer’s transfer dealings.

Wenger welcomes a manager-less Palace to the Emirates in their League opener in Saturday’s late kick-off.

“It was a complete surprise and what consequence that will have I don’t know,” Wenger said. “But he has done a remarkable job, he worked a miracle.

“I was at the managers meeting Monday and he showed no indication of it. I don’t know if it will have an impact on the game.

“Transfers should be the managers job, if not we are just robots.

“I couldn’t work with a Director of Football. The guy’s responsible for the results should be responsible for buying the players.”

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