Found October 01, 2011 on Fox Soccer:
Following the summer sales of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri, Arsenal have struggled this term, winning just two out of their opening six Premier League games. Defeats to Liverpool, Blackburn and a humiliating 8-2 hammering at Manchester United left the Gunners lingering above the relegation zone after their worst start to a season in 58 years. Although they have recently picked up wins against Swansea and Bolton, Arsenal look a pale shadow of the side that last challenged for the title until their spring collapse. That has many Arsenal fans wondering if, after 15 years of competing for trophies under Wenger, the team are now set for a major decline. Some fans have questioned whether it is time for a new man at the helm, but Redknapp thinks the criticism aimed at the Frenchman is unfair and expects his opposite number in Sunday's north London derby to remain in his post for some time. "I don't ever see it happening. I don't see him going. It's not a possibility,&...
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