Arsenal Boss Wenger Speaks Of ‘Shocking’ Charlie Hebdo Attacks

The Frenchman has his say on the horrors in Paris.

France was left in national mourning on Wednesday as 12 people were shot dead by gunmen in an attack on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

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As a Frenchman Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was asked for his opinion on the terrible incident and spoke of how it has affected the country and how the people have reacted.

Wenger was speaking to the press ahead of the Gunners’ Premier League clash with Stoke City on Sunday.

The North Londoners are currently sixth in the English top tier after 20 matches and are currently three points off their annual target of Champions League qualification.

Last time out Wenger’s men were convincingly beaten 2-0 by Southampton, who are one of the many clubs battling with the side for a top four finish in 2014/15.

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