Wenger should leave Arsenal at the end of the season

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Why the top four is out of Arsenal’s hands

Date: 7th April 2014 at 6:45pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

The finer details of what happened away to Everton at Goodison Park shouldn’t matter too much. What is important is that it happened again. Arsenal’s weaknesses that were clear as day in the away win at Tottenham were exposed and brought home the following week against Chelsea. The team and the manager evidently hadn’t learned from what happened against Manchester City and Liverpool. We were told that there was a team meeting – of the kind reserved for times of crises – after the annihilation at Stamford Bridge. It was excused as a mistake, one that wouldn’t be made again. Since winning away at White Hart Lane, Arsenal are yet to pick up a win. They’ve played one half of convincing football since then, taking a point from Manchester City at the Emirates. A 3-0 loss at Everton may ... Read More

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