Arsenal pulled themselves back to within five points of Leicester yesterday with the 2-0 win over Bournemouth. After going four games without a win it was crucial that the Gunners got back to winning ways, and Arsene Wenger admitted in the after match interview that, although it was not the best performance, it was the three points that mattered the most.
Arsenal fans have become used to Arsene Wenger ‘not seeing’ crucial incidents on the pitch involving his players, but he quite clearly saw Matthieu Flamini’s tackle on Dan Gosling and he believes that Flamini should have got a free kick rather than a yellow card.
Arsene is a coward and needs to leave despite win against Bournemouth. by KM
Hello everyone. How do you feel about our game against Bournemouth? I actually feel depressed even though Arsenal won. Why? We have completely abandoned our style. We had all the time in the world to correct the worst goal difference in the top 4 and we just rolled the clock.
Is Wenger the villain or the silent martyr by Briantole
Whoever would have thought that Arsenal would be facing Leicester in a make-or-break game at this stage of the season? But this is the reality right now and in one weeks time every single player and fan must be urging our players to do their very best to get all three points and close the gap on our opponents at the top of the table.