Securing my job, my 'last worry' - Arsene Wenger

Dean Simpson
March 3, 2018

Monreal will be a certain absentee when Arsenal meet City for the second time this week on Thursday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, and for Sunday's meeting with Brighton, also live on Sky Sports. The game on Thursday is what is important.

It has been said that the Gunners' board will let Wenger step down on his own terms, and are willing to give him the opportunity to win the UEFA Europa League, which would secure Champions League football for the North London club. "... But this year, with Arsenal determined to review their managerial situation at the end of a disappointing season, Jardim's name has emerged as a candidate again".

When asked about his future at Arsenal, Wenger said he is "amazed I still have to answer these kinds of questions".

"But I saw things out on that pitch from Arsenal".


"My position is my position".

Yesterday's 3-0 loss in the League Cup final was just the latest in a string of low moments for Arsenal fans.

Arsenal now sit in sixth in the Premier League, but have lost six out of 12 games this year.

"There's no accountability, as I've said on a few occasions".


"I've turned the whole world down to respect my contracts", he told reporters, as quoted via BBC Football. All the rest maybe makes headlines but it is not really interesting.

The problem for a manager is to take the best out of a team.

"When you do not get the result, it's part of our job to respond and focus on the next game". He knows the history of the club and where the club wants to go. We played against Chelsea and we have shown that we can fight.

Arsenal haven't won a premier league title since 2004, and Wright believes the team is going backwards. I would not want that to happen to Thierry, because he has taken the job straight after Wenger. It's more like a team of centre-backs rather than one or two that will play every game. I think that, for me, they're not doing it for the manager.


The England worldwide struggled to make an impression on the game and 24 hours after his performance at Wembley, the 26-year-old has criticised some of the decisions made throughout.

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