Arsenal round-up: Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't agree with Arsene Wenger over Ballon d'Or

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Ronaldo responds to Wenger

Arsene Wenger recently criticised the prestigious Ballon d’Or ceremony, stating that he was against it as it can lead players to turmoil through their desire to win personal awards.

Well, the reigning Ballon d’Or king, one Cristiano Ronaldo, has retorted, stating that although he respected Wenger’s opinion, that was as far as it went.

"[Those are his] opinions. I respect opinions but that's it," - Ronaldo.

The Portuguese superstar has won the coveted trophy three times and is vying for a fourth next year - it’s safe to assume none of Wenger’s pupils will come close to taking it away from him.

Perhaps the Ballon d'Or gala should be cancelled to stop a repeat of this:

Manager of the Month

On the subject of awards - and Arsene Wenger - it’s only fair our second story concerns the Frenchman picking up the Premier League’s Manager of the Month accolade for October.

Arsenal enjoyed a perfect run of games against Manchester United, Watford, Everton and Swansea, allowing them to draw level with Manchester City.

Wenger, on being frugal

Wrapping things up, Wenger has answered an age-old question concerning exactly why he is reluctant to spend money - finally - and it involves consistency.

The ageing coach said that when he departs he’ll be proud to say that he’s leaving the Gunners in a healthy position both on the pitch and financially.

Wenger rounded off by advising that consistency is the sign of a great club.

Here's certainly taken plenty of criticism on the matter in the past:

Cristiano Ronaldo

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