ARSENAL may organise a charity football match to help raise funds for tsunami and earthquake-hit Japan.
Manager Arsene Wenger, a former J-League manager with Grampus Eight Nagoya, admits the natural disasters have cast doubts over Arsenal’s possible summer tour of the region, but he has hinted the Gunners may still take to the field to help the country.
He said: “We were supposed to go to Japan, I am personally not sure that will happen now. They have put the whole championship on hold.
“The immensity of the disaster will be will so big that the whole country will be focused to get things right again and put money into that and rebuild, knowing Japan – cities have complete disappeared.
“We might go to a different country or we might even go to Japan for a charity game, we don’t know yet.”