Arsenal Fans Brilliant Shoot Down West Ham Supporters Ridiculing Arsene Wenger
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Apr 23, 2018,
Apr 23, 2018, 6:31
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (in photo) said he chose to bring his 22-year tenure to a close at the end of the season because he didn't like the image of a divided fanbase being sent around the world.
"It's nice. You want your fans to be happy and if I can be happy sometimes, it's good as well!" "He has an X-ray, but I don't know how bad it is".
Defender Nacho Monreal put Arsenal ahead six minutes into the second half when he fired low past Joe Hart at a corner to bring the match to life after a boring first half.
West Ham struck back 13 minutes later when David Ospina punched away Arthur Masuaku's cross and the ball was eventually worked to substitute Manuel Lanzini to slip in Arnautovic and he rifled a brilliant shot across the goalkeeper and into the far corner.
But Aaron Ramsey's cross, which ended up the Hammers' net after a miss-communication at the back, put the hosts back in the driving seat with eight minutes left before Alexandre Lacazette put a gloss on the scoreline with a double inside the final five.
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However, it is still up to Pochettino and his men to prove him wrong, and beating Manchester United is the only way to do so. Chelsea and Southampton then clash 24 hours later (live on BT Sport 1, 2.30pm kick-off) for a place in the May 19 decider.
"I feel the club is respected and overall the image we gave from our club is not what it is and not what I like".
"It was important we put it right in the second half".
L'Equipe says Wenger would be the ideal appointment for PSG should the Parisians dismiss current boss Emery.
"We're not thinking about who's coming in next - it's about doing it for him". Since then however, they have failed to win the league title. My target was always to do that and give continuity to the guy who comes in after me so we can be better in the next 20 years. The first leg of that fixture is on Thursday at home.
"We are talking about two managers with a strong character and about two winners. for sure we want to try to win this trophy", Conte said. "But it doesn't look too good".
Arsenal have four more Premier League games to come and a maximum of three matches in the Europa League, which is their last remaining hope of earning silverware this term.