Arsenal fans’ group: 88% want Wenger out

March 08 16:13 2018

He said,”We know we are in a bad situation, a bad period”.

‘We can’t be afraid of the 70,000 crowd [at the San Siro], we need to play with great technical and physical quality.

The Frenchman has added a couple of FA Cup titles to his resume, but constant failings in both the Premier League and the Champions League have infuriated fans of the club beyond breaking point.

Pressure is already beginning to build on Wenger at the Emirates Stadium but Milan will not underestimate their opponents.

“My worry is to get Arsenal winning football games”. Far more doable. Consistently competing for top four? Welbeck started the season in a relatively fine fashion as he contributed three goals in as many league games, but not much has gone the striker’s way since. People are saying that we can beat them, but these are just words for now.

When was the last time Everton had that kind of success? Arsenal have won only six of their 20 away games in all competitions this season.

How Everton could line up under Arsene Wenger? “We lost our confidence a little bit and on the pitch we didn’t have the confidence we needed to push ourselves more and to play well with the ball”. Everton is now 12th on the same list, below Newcastle, Southampton, and Crystal Palace. But honestly, we have to say that Manchester City have a phenomenal team, especially in their attack. “Alexis could be hard at times, but the players think it sent the wrong message to sell him to a rival”.

However, Arsenal’s progress has been familiarly stunted this time around, with the January arrivals of club-record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan – the latter in a swap deal that saw Alexis Sanchez join Manchester United – doing nothing to prevent dwindling form. Losing out to a fellow European giant working its way back from its own dark and unusual depths would be a failure of expectations and another indictment on Arsene Wenger’s ability – or rather, inability – to lead this club past this current season.

A survey conducted by the Arsenal Supporters Trust has revealed a majority of those who responded, 88 per cent, want Arsene Wenger to leave the club in the summer, but the manager has told his coaching staff he will not stand down.

Arsene Wenger insists he can turn things around despite mounting pressure

Arsenal fans’ group: 88% want Wenger out
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