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Wenger's wisdom on Spurs superstars

ESPN staff
March 3, 2013
Arsene Wenger enjoyed a good laugh attempting to name Tottenham's most famous players © Getty Images
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This week, Arsene Wenger pulls out his knowledge of Tottenham legends and Tyson Fury takes to online dating. It's the week in words...

"Spurs have had all these great players. They had Ginola before. They had ... Anderton."
Arsene Wenger later went on to name Jason Dozzell and Stuart Nethercott.

"I'm not in a great place mentally."
Rory McIlroy sparked fears he had been dumped by Caroline Wozniacki after coming up with a funny way of referring to tooth pain following his Honda Classic exit.

"Thankfully I'm not an anchorer."
McIlroy produced a double take from journalists when discussing the belly-putter.

"I will leave at the end of the season. They don't need to worry about me."
Rafael Benitez took the words right out of Fernando Torres' mouth.

"I'm 6ft 9in and I'm a character as well."
Tyson Fury also included a love of classical music and poetry on his online dating profile.

"I don't want America to think all Brits are like David Price."
Fury plans to spread Graham Norton's name worldwide.

"I also got bitten by a dog back home. Dogs attack you and if you go to see someone's family you have to take a pair of rocks just in case any dogs attack you."
Manu Tuilagi is never without his pair of rocks.

"I was bored - time to get back."
It was short, sweet and to the point when Ronnie O'Sullivan confirmed his return to snooker.

"It's not me who chose to buy me."
Christopher Samba insists he was aware he wasn't playing Championship Manager when choosing to join QPR in January.

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