Wenger and Brown will settle their differences, says Terry Neill
Terry Neill believes any past animosity between Arsenal and Hull City will have disappeared when the two teams lock horns on Saturday teatime. Phil Brown led the newly promoted east Yorkshire side to a shock 2-1 win in the opening weeks of their first eve
Terry Neill believes any past animosity between Arsenal and Hull City will have disappeared when the two teams lock horns on Saturday teatime.
Phil Brown led the newly promoted east Yorkshire side to a shock 2-1 win in the opening weeks of their first ever season in top flight football, but returned for a bad tempered FA Cup clash in March.
After the Gunners' 2-1 win the increasingly erratic Brown accused Arsene Wenger of not shaking his hand and Cesc Fabregas was at the centre of allegations that he spat at Hull assistant coach Brian Horton.
"Arsene Wenger and Phil Brown are two grown ups - I'm sure they'll get along just fine this weekend," said Neill, the only person to have managed both clubs.
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"It is I'm sure, to use a clich�, water under the bridge. Both sides need to concentrate on getting points for very different reasons. That is their priority.
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