13 March 2012

Wenger: "Busquets has all the moral weaknesses that help in football"

The Arsenal coach accused midfielder azulgrana of 'teatrero' praise despite its tactical intelligence.

Arsene Wenger does not forget Barça and, this time, his eye on Sergio Busquets has to openly accused him of 'teatrero' in statements collected by Eurosport.

"He pretends to have been hurt, when in fact it was he hit. Has all the moral weaknesses that help in football. And of course, intelligence does help the team," he said.

For Arsenal coach quality Sergio Busquets is unquestionable and is considered a "generous player and tactically very strong you know how to speed up the passing game fast" but still believes his intelligence also takes its relationship with the referee. "He knows how to force the umpires to warn those who are rivals," he said.

Wenger recognized Busquets as a basic pillar of the Barça scheme especially in the actions of strategy "height" and noted that the azulgranas will "need" in this type of action as the template height culé sins, and therefore "very vulnerable" in this section tactics.

"It's one of the few on the computer that exceeds six feet. Except him, no one can really defend strategy into action," he said. (via SPORT)