Arsenal have played some truly fantastic football this season and as a result the North London outfit currently sit top of the Barclay’s Premier League and at the lofty summit of their Champions League group.

Yet, while it appears the player’s work on the training ground is finally paying dividends, Twitter users have this week argued that it is their French coach who is in need of some extra tuition; only this time regarding Social-Networking etiquette.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

Wenger took part in his first ever ‘Takeover’ of Arsenal’s official Twitter page last night, a task which first team stars Jack Wilshere, Lukas Podolski and Wojciech Szczesny have appeared to relish over the last few months.

However the Gunner’s boss struggled to reach the bar set by his players, as he was asked a variety of questions, with mind shatteringly boring answers.

The Arsenal coach clearly leads a budding social life:

Arsene doesn’t like music OR films either:

Wenger loves a night out on the town after beating a big rival:

But you have to give it to Wenger, he finally agrees with us that Nicklas Bendtner is a joke:

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