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By ESPN Staff

Wenger: Goodison more intimidating than Anfield

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has delivered another blow to under-fire Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez by admitting that playing at Merseyside rivals Everton is now a more intimidating prospect than running out at Anfield. And Wenger also revealed he considered re-signing Nicolas Anelka, the former Arsenal striker who moved from Bolton to Chelsea last week in a £15million deal. Both subjects were raised at the official launch of 'Arsenal TV,' a new television channel which will show six hours of Arsenal-related programmes every night of the week including all first-team matches, and was kicked off by 'Arsenal Question Time' hosted by Des Lynam. Wenger was asked what ground he most likes or hates visiting for a match and admitted that the atmosphere at Goodison Park is now more intense than at Anfield. He said: 'Liverpool is the same kind of support but Everton is a bit more aggressive because Everton is up at the moment. 'Over the last one or two years, especially, it has been one of the noisiest grounds and has a great atmosphere. 'Liverpool is the same but now a little bit more genteel.'