Arsenal fan compares Wenger to Mugabe

Beth Cruz
March 18, 2017

The FC crew criticise Arsene Wenger's inability to move past Arsenal's Champions League exit against Bayern Munich.

The Gunners are now fifth in the Premier League table and facing an uphill battle to secure a coveted top-four finish.

"He has his own way but he is very efficient and he makes life hard for us", Wenger said. "It's a unusual championship this season because there's no continuity at the moment".

Forget the protest, comparing the Frenchman to Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe is all you need to know about fans thought of Wenger.

Recent statistics will make for worrying reading for Wenger as he has failed to get the better of Pulis in five of their last six games when Arsenal play away. "It's true it's a tough game, West Brom traditionally is, but we have a chance to come back closer to the position that is closer to Chelsea".

"You can never afford to lose". "Success is not down to me to judge".

"They have a big experience, they are well organised, physically very strong and very efficient on set-pieces", Wenger said.


Wenger's contract expires at the end of the season but Primorac insists he is not thinking of moving on.

Welbeck and Alex Iwobi have overcome illness but Kieran Gibbs is a doubt with an unspecified knock, while Mohamed Elneny (ankle) will miss out again, despite returning to first-team training this week.

"We are in the semi-final of the FA Cup and have an opportunity to do that".

"Always in life you try and get to the next level when things don't go for you or you think you do everything right and continue to live like you did before - and he had the right response".

According to The Daily Mail, the problems run deeper as numerous Arsenal players could be forced to accept pay cuts if they miss out on the top four as players are rewarded for qualifying for Europe in their deals.

But whatever happens in that game, Wenger promised it would be an entertaining affair.

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