Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has named the most underrated player he coached at Emirates.
Wenger managed a number of high-profile players, including Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Nicolas Anelka, Cesc Fabregas and Patrick Vieira, Nwankwo Kanu and David Seaman during his 22-year reign at Arsenal.
Asked to proper noun the most underrated player he ever coached, Wenger told the SPORTbible: ”Gilberto Silva. He was naturally discreet. I retrieve when I bought him in 2002, he was in State of Japan at the World Loving cup.
“I looked at him and I thought he doesn’t create anything special but so you think who won that ball and it’s Gilberto Silva, or who made that pass and it’s Gilberto Silva.
“I went to purchase him and after that I would say in the Invincibles nobody speaks in relation to him but he’s the sort of player you regard only how much they miss them when they don’t play. When they play they regain it all natural.
“Olivier Giroud was a flake similar that in the other way. That agency when he missed a pass, it was a clumsy pass but when you didn’t play him, you missed some presence upfront. It was a flake similar in a different way.
“Lauren as good, he was a existent fighter of the old times.”
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