Wimbledon chief executive Richard Lewis said: "It has not been a discussion other than, "we are two o'clock and that's it".
Speaking as a pundit on BeIN Sports before Pickford's heroics in England's last-sixteen win, as reported by the Mirror, Wenger said: "The goalkeeper has no global experience, I have not seen anyone win the World Cup who has been decisive in some moments".
There is also "WBS", which is presumably the initials of Chelsea player Willian Borges de Silva, and CasAo is likely Real Madrid player Casemiro, as Neymar tagged both players in the picture.
Sweden will be tough opponents, though, as they have shown throughout the tournament they are capable of shutting teams out.
"During my time with England we met them four times".
"Their strikers are defenders when it's time to defend and they can defend in their own box as well".
Sweden lags as a +370 bet on Saturday's World Cup odds, and are also pegged as distant +2500 longshots on the championships odds.
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It's clear that something important has happened and that the natural order of the world has changed, maybe we should start preparing for the end of the world... or maybe Gareth Southgate has been able to change the mindset of this young England side. "I don't want to go home yet".
England are two matches away from a potential final in Moscow which will kick off at 4pm United Kingdom time.
Janne Andersson's Sweden have recovered well from a heartbreaking group-stage defeat by Germany, edging out Switzerland 1-0 in the last 16 thanks to a goal from RB Leipzig midfielder Emil Forsberg.
No South American side have won on European soil since a Pele-inspired Brazil 60 years ago, but in a World Cup of shocks and surprises, nothing can be taken for granted.
Up front, Mauro Icardi should finally get his chance to represent his country at a major tournament alongside new Inter teammate Lautaro Martinez, who has already been earmarked as the possible future saviour of Argentine football.
The World Cup will be remembered for many things, and the antics of Brazilian superstar Neymar will be right up there.