Posted on November 20, 2015 by ADMIN

‘No easy games any more’ says Wenger

Arsenal are preparing to face West Bromwich Albion tomorrow afternoon, and with the Baggies 12 points below the Gunners in the table we should expect to have an easy run out, but Arsene Wenger has made it clear that there is no room for complacency in any League game this season, especially against a team managed by Tony Pulis.

“I watched them against Man United and they looked a very well organised team which is absolutely – as always with Tony Pulis – fully committed,” Wenger told Arsenal.com.

“On top of that they are in a difficult situation a little bit in the Premier League and you expect what you always expect in the Premier League – a committed, physical, fast game and a game where we cannot afford to make any mistakes.

“I would even say that you don’t even look at the table any more because you know what you get. The difference between the teams has narrowed and today it is more about how much can you be close to your best which will decide the result, more than the team you play against.”

Just how hard this League has become, you only have to look at West Brom’s results. Two of their first 3 games were against Man City and Chelsea and the other was a draw at an improving Watford. Even there last two defeats have been against Leicester and Man United, but in both matches they put up a good fight before succumbing. They won’t have to improve much to give a weakened Gunners team some problems, especially at home.

As Wenger said, we could win,but don’t expect a pushover…

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7 thoughts on “‘No easy games any more’ says Wenger

    1. 007

      For January maybe Wenger should talk nicely to Flamini. The guy is about to be major bucked-up let me contribute to getting Abumayang, lol.

      Seriously I want to be his best friend now and probably convince him into buying Arsenal considering he will be richer than silent / invisible Stan.

      Imagine that Flame aggression and passion (Gatuso style) running strings at the top, no wonder his company is successful!!!

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      1. Fatboy Gooney

        What company? 😂
        Flamini has learned alot from wenger!
        He too, has a masters degree in the art of blagging!
        Flamindowski is just looking for another years extension.
        😜
        Do you really believe that the Illuminati will let anyone muscle in with Free/ efficient energy to replace oil?
        Hahaha 😂 Wake up to the real world 😆

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  1. Okayblack

    Games against teams like West Brom, Stoke, Watford, Norwich Newcastle etc shouldn’t have been a problem for Arsenal if we did d right things… Have a quality strong squad!
    The question wouldn’ve been how many goals would Arsenal score rather than can we win this?
    But we know d reality… So we hope for d best. Our 3maximum points.
    GOYG…. Come-on!!!!

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  2. Koss the Boss

    Part true! There is no easy games but the next 4 fixtures are most winnable from Arsenals point of view if we are going to challenge properly this year! All the teams we should be beating are viewing Arsenal differently, we can scrap it out or play them off the park atm which is something we are usually not able to do… Fight out a result!

    3 points nothing less no matter what we play… maybe go top for a few hours or even better liverpool scrape a draw or win, doubt it though City be too strong at home but in saying that we all didnt see West ham beating them and us at home!

    COYG

    Thank God the Premiership is back 😆

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  3. Budd

    Just get the three points and avoid further injuries. If we go well through the next three games then we are in a good position to start Boxing Day football.

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  4. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin

    The Gunners MUST GET VERY ORGANISED(that’s the Key) to disorganise Tony Pulis’ organised Baggies team on Saturday afternoon at the Hawthorns. Arsenal MUST hit WBA 0-4 AFC to singlularly top the Barclays Premier League table on Saturday evening. The Boss doesn’t like to be MUST or COMPEL. But the Gunners have no any other choise but to beat the Baggies if the want to top the table singularly and not jointly anymore by this Saturday evening. Jurgen Klopp’s side will get a result at the Etihad. Therefore, the Gunners SHOULD not joke with maximum points collection again in this game to singularly top the table as they failed to avail themselves with the golden opportunity to top the table a fortnight ago as failed to beat Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium. Can we imagine? The Boss MUST make the Gunners to realise that, only the table toppers will become the Champions and not the joint table toppers at the end of the season.

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