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Jack Wilshere says Jamie Carragher rating Klopp above Wenger is disrespectful

Jack Wilshere has publicly criticized Jamie Carragher for his recent comments about former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. SportsRation reports.

Carragher, a vocal Liverpool supporter and pundit, claimed that outgoing Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is a better manager than Wenger, which has sparked a response from Wilshere.

Carragher’s statement suggested that Klopp’s achievements, particularly his Champions League win with Liverpool, placed him above Wenger in the managerial rankings. This did not sit well with Wilshere, the current Arsenal U18s manager, who took to social media to express his disagreement.

Wilshere tweeted, “Klopp, unbelievable how he transformed Liverpool, but Arsene’s legacy in the Premier League is second to none. Sorry Jamie, but you are miles off it. Please don’t be so biased and respect Arsene and what he achieved over a longer period, including leading the only team in the Premier League to be Invincible.”

He continued, “Everyone appreciates what Pep has done and changed the way we see football in this country but don’t forget AW had a similar effect when he came in ’96! You know that era better than me and witnessed it, so let’s not forget that!”

Arsene Wenger, who managed Arsenal from 1996 to 2018, revolutionized English football with his innovative approach and led Arsenal to numerous successes, including the historic unbeaten season in 2003-04. Despite not winning the Champions League, Wenger’s impact on the Premier League is widely recognized.

In comparison, Jurgen Klopp’s tenure at Liverpool, which included a Champions League and Premier League title, has been incredibly successful, boasting a win percentage of 62.16% from 489 games. Wenger, on the other hand, managed 1234 games for Arsenal with a win percentage of just under 58%.

Wilshere’s defense of Wenger highlights the long-term influence and contributions of the French manager, asserting that Wenger’s achievements and legacy should be respected and not overshadowed by recent successes.

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