Quotes of the Week
Saturday 05 December 1998
Arsene Wenger, Arsenal manager, after a dull draw against Middlesbrough.
If he's saying that we'll have to get used to sausages then surely they should charge us sausage prices. Sausages are a lot cheaper than caviar.
Alan Esparza, of the Arsenal Action Group.
We were happy to come off 6-0 at half-time. It should have been 10.
Peter Jackson, Huddersfield manager, after his team's 7-1 defeat to Barnsley.
I haven't heard of anyone betting at this club. We couldn't do that at Wimbledon - not on the wages we get paid.
Kenny Cunningham, on reports that the Dons have bet on themselves to win the Worthington Cup.
I am still a better player than any of the people they have used since I stopped playing.
John McEnroe on the US Davis Cup doubles pairs.
Tim Henman's a very nice guy and a very good player but he has that comfortable, middle-class look about him. The only English player who seems gutsy enough is Greg Rusedski, and that shows what I mean, because he's Canadian.
Pat Cash, former Wimbledon champion.
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