If you do not know the problem with Arsene Wenger, you have not been paying attention.
Wenger has batted away talk that he could be on his way in a few months' time, though, and claims that it is business as usual ahead of Thursday's league clash with Man City. They were not at their fluent best and it took the enforced departure of Fernandinho early in the second half for City to get the right team on the pitch.
The Gunners boss finds himself under mounting pressure once again after a season that looks as though it will end without Champions League qualification, unless they can go on and win the Europa League. All the rest maybe makes headlines but it is not really interesting. "So I am still amazed that I still have to answer these types of questions".
Arsenal have lost six out of 12 games in 2018, the latest in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.
"Look, we have to live with that [criticism]". Whatever people may say about Jack Wilshere's temperament, he was the only one who truly continued to show commitment, even if it came in the form of a booking for dissent. "What is important is we play with our heart, our belief and we know we can play."He had been saying much the same during the decade that preceded it".More news: N elects Shehbaz as interim party prez, Nawaz as 'Quaid for life'
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Wenger also pointed out that the Gunners were beaten by the Premier League leaders, and called on his side to be more positive when they bid for revenge on Thursday.
"We always feel we have an advantage over other teams just because he's been very precise with the information and what he wants us to do".
Aguero got the better of Shkodran Mustafi all too easily and as the Arsenal defender stopped and appealed for a foul that never was, Aguero calmly advanced to dink a delicate finish over David Ospina as Laurent Koscielny tried to cover. "We have to take a bit of perspective".
"Did we lose the game because of that?"
His goal celebration, after turning home an Ilkay Gundogan shot to double the lead established by Sergio Aguero's opener, was also similar to one after a vital derby victor against Manchester United six years ago. It has so often been the case in recent years that victory in a cup final has proven to be Arsène Wenger's elixir of life in an otherwise disappointing season, yet the two managers cut contrasting figures at fulltime.
He said that Aguero, Silva and Kompany were three legends who had helped turn the club from perennial under-achievers into regular trophy winners, capable of going toe to toe with the heavyweights of Europe and challenging regularly for honours.