In his weekly pre-match presss conference today Wenger once more claimed to have been watching a lethal player before he earned his big move. This week it was the turn of Romelu Lukaku who Wenger says chose Chelsea over Arsenal.
The subject of Arsène Wenger's continued tenure at Arsenal is a hot one and everyone has an opinion. Whether you are Wenger In or Wenger Out you will have an opinion on replacing Wenger because, sooner rather than later, Arsenal's greatest ever manager will leave his position. At 66, it is safe to assume, Wenger will not be here for another cycle.
I jest. Barcelona showed last night why they are the best team on the planet - a little trio dubbed MSN; Messi, Suarez and Neymar. Fight as Arsenal might, most teams will leave a two-legged match with Barcelona as the losing side. It can be argued there was some valiance to Arsenal's displays as they created plenty of chances to score and as deserved as Barca's win was the aggregate score possibly flatters them. Were it not for a lot of wayward finishing from Arsenal it might have been a closer aggregate contest - although you'd probably still back Barcelona to emerge triumphant.
Match Review: Arsenal 1 Watford 2 - FA Cup 13.03.16
If you thought the 4-0 win over Hull and the fabled player meeting signalled the end of our poor run of form, you’d have been wrong, as our alarming collapse nears completion. With the Champions League elimination a certainty and our Premier League challenge hanging by the thinest of thin threads, the FA Cup, once again, represented pretty much our only option for silverware this year. But after sixteen games, four trips to Wembley and two consecutive titles, we were finally beaten in the Cup and a season on life-support took a lurch towards death’s door.
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