“8-2 be an Arsenal fan” was the joke being run around, Manchester United battered the Gunners and despite winning this game, they ended up second to Manchester City in the league. Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has accused Arsenal of being “weak” and “soft” ahead of his old club’s visit to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
‘They always tell me what they would do and it is good to learn from as they are top quality players’.
“So we have to see how the evaluation is from my fatigue specialist”. A Gordon McQueen set-piece and impressive Sammy McIlroy dribble and finish set up a grandstand finish, with Alan Sunderland netting the dramatic victor for Terry Neill and his Arsenal side.
The Gunners have lost their opening two group matches in the Champions League and are bottom of their group, six points behind leaders Bayern Munich, who they have to play twice. I don’t go along with that.
“When we play like we did (on Tuesday against Olympiakos), with that lack of concentration and discipline, then we have got no chance“, defender Per Mertesacker said. “The greatest compliment you have to make to Chris and not to me”. It’s down to everybody.
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“It’s the same thing as what I’m doing now”. What about preparing for the risks and challenges that come in a big game?
“It is quite depressing to read that and to hear that, to all come just to the same conclusion and not to have watched well what has gone on on the pitch. We want to make a statement and show everyone that we deserve to be in first place”.
Wenger is confident his players can produce the required response against United, who now lead the table.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell said: ‘We believe he has enormous potential. Now he’s establishing himself as a regular, scoring two goals in the last three games, and has been called up by England.
Laurent Koscielny will certainly be out, he has a hamstring strain and it looks like it will be three weeks, something like that. Midfielders Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Flamini remain out.
“Hopefully we can keep raising a few more because our results and performances have been very good this season and hopefully we can keep it going”.
“Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson are other types I think”.