Houllier missed the pressure - Wenger

10 September 2010 03:21
Gerard Houllier probably missed the pressure of top-flight management in the English game, according to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.[LNB] The former Liverpool coach is set to take over from Martin O'Neill at Aston Villa.[LNB]Houllier returns to the Premier League after his technical advisor role at the French Football Federation, and the 63-year-old admits he wanted to "go back pitchside".[LNB]Wenger believes his countryman - who was unable to deliver the title while at Anfield - will be hungry for more success.[LNB]"In our job, some people always have mixed feelings," said Wenger.[LNB]"When he went to be the technical director of the French Federation, it was to get out into maybe a little bit less of a pressurised job.[LNB]"But when you are out of it, you feel you miss it, and you come in again.[LNB]"I believe that is what happened to him more than the feeling that he has an unfinished job."[LNB]

Source: Team_Talk