ARSENE WENGER RUMORS

What will Arsenal FC look like next season?

The gunners are in fourth place in the Premier League just two points behind third place Manchester City and three points behind second place Tottenham. The league title is practically out of reach at this point for Arsenal but second place is still wide open for the taking. Despite the expected top four finish for Arsene Wenger’s squad, there has been a multitude of stories surrounding...
Via isportsweb.com
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

An Ode To Arsene Wenger

For many Arsenal fans, myself included, Arsene Wenger is all that we know. It has been more than 20 years that Wenger has managed the Red and White from North London, and has brought the most success to the club in its history. It is likely that his time is coming to an end, but his value to the club should never be slighted. Arsenal was lucky to have a charismatic man at the...
Via The Sports Quotient
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Arsene Wenger says he may not be at Arsenal next season, but will manage somewhere

Arsene Wenger knows he may not be the Arsenal manager next season, but he does intend to be in charge of some club. "No matter what happens, I will manage next season, whether it's here or somewhere else. That's absolutely for sure," Wenger said in a Friday press conference. Wenger's contract with Arsenal expires in the summer. There have been reports that the club offered him a...
Via FOX Sports
9 days ago

Wenger to coach next season, even if he leaves Arsenal

LONDON (AP) — Arsene Wenger wants to continue coaching next season, even if it’s not at Arsenal. The 67-year-old Frenchman’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of the season. He has yet to commit to extending a reign that began in 1996, saying a decision is expected by April. “No matter what happens I will manage next season,” Wenger said Friday. “Is it here or...
Via MyNorthwest.com
10 days ago

It took 10 minutes for Arsenal to suffer yet another Champions League humiliation

Arsenal were even with Bayern Munich into the second half at the Allianz Arena. Not only that, they were playing well and creating chances. Forget trying to hold onto the 1-1 scoreline in the first leg and go home in great position -- the Gunners rightly felt like they could nab a second goal. Maybe even win.Then it all fell apart in 10 minutes.Robert Lewandowski got a running start...
Via FOX Sports
11 days ago

Wenger happy with Arsenal response to two “dangerous” losses

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger didn't see Alexis Sanchez's controversial handball goal from a 2-0 win over Hull City.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
15 days ago

Arsenal downs Hull City, 2-0

A quick glance at the headline suggests that Arsenal coasted to an easy 2-0 home win Saturday at The Emirates. The truth is that the three points weren’t in the bag for Arsenal until Alexis Sanchez completed his brace with a penalty in stoppage time.After consecutive losses in the Premier League, Arsenal moved into third place for the moment — nine points behind Chelsea, which...
Via 32 Flags
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Arsene Wenger still believes Arsenal can be crowned Premier League champions

Boss Arsene Wenger says the Gunners can still win the Premier League this season. Arsenal are 12 points behind in-form leaders Chelsea and host Hull City at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon. And despite a tough tie in the Champions League against Bayern Munich, the Frenchman believes his players are capable of reducing the 12-point […]
Via FastOneTwo.com
17 days ago

Arsene Wenger wants fans to back the team, but he's not giving them much to believe in

It's a familiar situation for Arsenal. They're already all but out of the title race, sitting in fourth place in the league, and supporter frustration is at an all time high. They're coming off two huge losses in a row -- the first being a shocker dropped at home to Watford, and the second an absolutely soul-crushing defeat away at Chelsea -- effectively ending their chance at a...
Via FOX Sports
17 days ago

What happens now that Arsene Wenger is charged with misconduct for shoving ref?

After shoving a referee over the weekend, Arsene Wenger has been charged with misconduct by England’s Football Association. The FA announced Monday that Wenger's refusal to leave the tunnel when asked and physical contact with the referee "amounted to improper conduct."That, of course, isn’t a surprise since a coach putting his hands on a referee is clearly grounds for punishment...
Via FOX Sports
January 23, 2017
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