Well what can you say about last night’s performance? There are so many words to describe how we are all feeling after witnessing the Gunners, a Premier League team, go out to Bradford City who are in League two! It was an absolutely disgraceful performance from the lads and they should be ashamed of themselves.
There will be no excuses, no positives and certainly no more backing for Arsene Wenger as he showed us that he is no longer the man for the job and after a display like last night, he should already be packing his bags and heading out of the door because we have had enough of him being in charge and making up some lame excuses.
And to everybody’s surprise he has come out and defended his players, when he should be criticizing them.
Speaking to Sky Sports he said: “Congratulations to Bradford, they had a good start and after that they defended well.
“Overall we had many chances. The keeper had a great game and we couldn’t convert our chances.
“When you go out it’s never good enough at Arsenal. I think we lost on penalties to a team who defended well.
“I cannot fault the effort we gave for 120 minutes. You have to give credit to Bradford on the night. That’s part of the game.
“You feel embarrassed when you don’t give everything, I think (the players’ll) be more disappointed and frustrated.
“It’s not a lack of quality. We couldn’t convert our chances for different reasons. Overall it was a real cup game.
“We will get over that. It’s part of our club, it’s what we do.”
Ok I’ll admit it; credit must go to Bradford for seeing that we were there for the taking and turned us over in a game where we should have destroyed them from every angle.
However, I am sick of hearing the same excuses over and over again and I can’t believe he still maintains that it had nothing to do with the quality on the pitch. Was Arsene not watching what we were? Well from his words he clearly wasn’t.
Though he has been our greatest ever manager and has brought us so much success, he has outstayed his welcome and it is time for a change because if he doesn’t leave, then there are more dark days ahead for us.
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